Ten Touch Points of Potential Corruption Risk You Should Not Overlook
- Published on January 22, 2013
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
While organizations often focus their corruption monitoring activities on gifts, meals and entertainment, they may not have thought about other touch points with government officials that could give rise to corruption risk. Understanding these touch points is important as organizations consider whether their internal policies, controls, communications, training and supporting documentation are proportionate and mitigate appropriately their potential exposure to risk events such as bribery, conflicts of interest, illegal gratuities, solicitation and economic extortion.