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Thomas Fox
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Marc Alain Bohn
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Bill Waite
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Job: Principal Export Compliance Analyst

Title: Principal Export Compliance Analyst

Company: Textron

Location: Hunt Valley, MD

Job Scope: Reporting to the Textron Systems Manager of Export Compliance, the Principal Export/Import Compliance Analyst will proactively oversee all export and import compliance matters for AAI Corporation ‘s Unmanned Aircraft Services Division located in Hunt Valley, MD.… Continue Reading

TI reports defense sector corruption

Transparency International has just released an analysis of defense corruption risks — the first of its kind for the defense sector.

The ‘Government Defense Anti-Corruption Index’ covers 82 countries accounting for 92% of worldwide defense spending.… Continue Reading

DOJ’s Breuer sets March 1 departure date

Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer, head of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, has overseen the DOJ’s FCPA Unit since 2009. (Photo courtesy of the DOJ)The Justice Department said today that Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer, head of the Criminal Division and the FCPA Unit, will leave on March 1.… Continue Reading

Vacancy: OECD Working Group on Bribery seeks new chair

From the OECD:

Vacancy announcement for the position of Working Group on Bribery Chair

The OECD Working Group on Bribery in International Business Transactions (WGB) is a multilateral body that monitors implementation of the 1997 Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions.… Continue Reading

Thanks a million

Over the past 12 months, the FCPA Blog has received a million page views. And if January’s numbers are any indication, we’re poised for even more traffic in 2013.

We’re honored to have the support of the global compliance community.… Continue Reading

Crowdsourcing Compliance

Enterprise solutions are powerful tools for internal use, but how can technology change the global landscape of compliance and have a positive impact on daily life?

That’s where crowdsourcing comes in.… Continue Reading

In Brazil club fire, safety lapses point to graft

Kiss nightclub in Santa Maria, Brazil, January 27, 2013. Photo courtesy of Agência Brasil, a public Brazilian news agencyPolice have arrested an owner of the Kiss nightclub in Brazil and two band members in connection with the fire Sunday that killed 230 people, most of them students from a local university.… Continue Reading

China ‘Boomerang Officials’ Named in Reports

According to news portal Caixin Net, 16 officials who lost their jobs after being blamed for high-profile corruption scandals have popped up again in different government positions.

Among the 16 are six officials who were removed after being linked to the 2008 “Chinese milk scandal.”… Continue Reading