I have been blogging about what GRC is, advocating the definition developed by the Open Compliance and Ethics Group, OCEG (see this and subsequent posts). But, I haven’t really talked about why the concept of GRC has value.
The proposal would require any government contractor with an award of more than $5 million to institute an ethics compliance system with features including written ethics policies, an ethics training program and the display of posters on how to reach agency inspectors general to report possible wrongdoing.
Published at GovExec.com.
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