If your operations are global, implementing a comprehensive anti-bribery program is likely one of your top priorities. Given the complexity and diversity of the activities that must be addressed in an anti-bribery program, however, the task can seem overwhelming. Taking a phased approach that is well documented will keep you moving forward and demonstrate to leadership and regulators that you are making progress on mitigating risk.

Our Anti-Bribery Checklist, part of The Network's Anti-Bribery Solution, outlines a three-phased approach to implementing an effective anti-bribery program, using our Protect, Detect, Correct methodology to manage program components such as culture, processes, policies, training and communications, risk assessments and third-party due diligence.

Please see full Checklist below for more Information.

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