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Bill Waite
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Russell A. Stamets
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Richard Bistrong: When we’re squeezed, do ethical decisions flow out?

When I started blogging in 2014, there was little discussion about how issues like financial pressures and “micro-cultures” could impact decision making that can lead us astray.

Now, though, the OECD has published an engaging work, Behavioral Insights for Public Integrity, Harnessing the Human Factor to Counter Corruption, focusing on the interaction between policy making and integrity.Continue Reading

Job: Sr Associate General Counsel – Telecommute

Job Title: Sr Associate General Counsel – Telecommute

Employer: UnitedHealth Group

Location: Telecommute

Description: The Senior Associate General Counsel will provide legal support to the enterprise-wide Compliance, Ethics & Privacy program with particular focus on international legal issues (privacy, anti-corruption / FCPA, economic sanctions, export controls), M&A due diligence and acquisition integration legal support, contracting, policies and procedures, and compliance investigations. … Continue Reading

Resource Alert: New USDA “Ethics Illustrated” video

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Office of Ethics recently released a new Executive Branch innovation — an animated/illustrated ethics video specifically for Federal employees.  

Ethics Illustrated: How to Avoid Conflicts of Interest focuses on the ethical challenges employees face when the Federal government procures goods and services.… Continue Reading

Luis Dantón Martínez Corres: Mexico election will decide fate of enforcement

Mexico is just weeks away from a groundbreaking election on July 1. The election has profound implications for the fate of the existing National Anticorruption System.

The country will elect its president, the entire congress (500) and senate (128), as well as state governor elections (9), and thousands of municipal and state congress seats.… Continue Reading