Tag Archives: compliance

Chartis Research Recognizes LexisNexis Risk Solutions with RiskTech100 Award

LexisNexis

LexisNexis Risk Solutions has been recognized as the category winner for Financial Crime - Data in the Chartis Research RiskTech100, marking the third consecutive year the company has received recognition for the category award, LexisNexis Risk Solutions reported on Wednesday. The RiskTech100 is an annual evaluation of the leading global risk technology providers.

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MetTel-Geotab Partnership to Deliver IoT Solutions for Government Vehicles

MetTel

MetTel has partnered with Geotab to deliver government vehicles access to a suite of managed services that provide critical intelligence. The suite will help streamline compliance and reporting; reduce total cost of ownership and improve citizen and employee safety; and minimize greenhouse gas emissions. Geotab will leverage its telematics and MetTel will provide its full service fleet management portal.

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Cambridge Names Elizabeth Roman Jones as Compliance Director; Kim Harokopus Quoted

Elizabeth Roman Jones

Cambridge has appointed Elizabeth Roman Jones as compliance director to advance the company’s offerings to remain competitive in the marketplace, the company reported on Monday. Roman Jones will bring deep experience in implementing and supervising comprehensive compliance programs, including policy and procedure implementation, training, hotline management and risk mitigation to Cambridge. 

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Report: DHS Faces Enforcement Issues With Cybersecurity Directives

The Department of Homeland Security released binding operational directives to direct agencies to implement cybersecurity measures against potential threats, but agencies failed to meet the deadlines outlined in the BoDs, FCW reported Tuesday. "I think stakeholders were worried about what we would do with the authority," Gabriel Taran, assistant general counsel for cybersecurity law at DHS, said at an event Monday.

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DoD Inspector General Issues Report on FY 2018 Financial Statement Audit Results

The Department of Defense’s office of inspector general has released a new report to help non-auditors understand the findings of the first departmentwide financial audit in fiscal year 2018. A team of over 1K auditors visited more than 600 DoD sites and evaluated over 90K sample items and found that 13 of the 21 DoD reporting entities received disclaimers of opinion, which means that an auditor fails to obtain sufficient audit evidence on which to base an opinion, according to the report released Tuesday.
 

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GAO: VA Should Address Contracting Officers’ Training Needs in Veterans First Program Implementation

The Government Accountability Office has called on the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide contracting officers with more training in implementing a program that aims to support veteran-owned small businesses through contract opportunities. GAO said in a report published Wednesday that it interviewed 30 contracting officers and found that 12 of them encountered difficulty in making "fair and reasonable price" assessments of contract awards under the Veterans First program.

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