The bigger your global supply chain grows, the less visibility and assurance your corporation has into the integrity and security of its products and operations. Compliance officers often may lose control over procedures and protocols, which can lead to serious regulatory consequences.

To help compliance officers and legal teams navigate those challenges, this e-Book—produced by Compliance Week in cooperation with ACL—explains how compliance officers can create stable and effective supply chains.

It begins with an in-depth look at how compliance officers can increase corporate strategic value and enhance supply chain management. Next, comes an examination of the ways in which companies can separate high-risk from low-risk third parties. Following this, ACL’s white paper discusses data analysis technologies and key risk indicators for effective supply chain management.

The last three articles include a focus on the role of senior leaders in promoting a consistent message across an organization; a review of how non-compliant vendors and suppliers still manage to “fall through the cracks” of a third-party oversight program; and a glimpse at cyber-supply chain risk management and the risks associated with new technologies.