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Federal Investigations of University Research: How to Avoid Trouble

What’s the Compliance Problem?• The last five years have seen an alarming increase in the number of federal fraud cases in the university research area• Many universities are not well prepared for the scrutiny that a federal fraud investigation entails• Old compliance strategies aren’t working ...


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College and university compliance with the FTC’s Red Flag Rules

In 2003, the US Congress sought to provide consumers with further protection from identity theft by enacting the Fair and Accurate Credit Act (FACTA), which amended the earlier Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). FACTA directed the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to issue regulations, now generally...


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Blending Corporate Compliance into the Collegial Environment

By: Mike WalkerDated: 2003While compliance programs in higher education are certainly not mandatory, they serve to enhance a proactive position by universities as stewards in their profession and leaders in the community. Given the complexity of the regulatory environment and potential liability...