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Building Regulatory Intelligence

Michael Rasmussen | July 31, 2012

In the time it takes you to read this ar­ticle your business has changed. The economic environment has changed, your employees have changed, and there are constant changes to technology, com­petition, and processes. Business drifts in a sea of change. One particular area of change that bears down on the organiza­tion is the siege of changing laws, regula­tions, and enforcement actions.

When regulatory change management is an ad hoc process with little to no docu­mentation, accountability, and task man­agement, there is no possibility to be intel­ligent about regulatory risk that impacts your business. The typical organization does not have adequate processes in place to monitor regulatory change, determine impact on business processes, prioritize, and make changes to policies. Informa­tion itself is not enough—organizations are overwhelmed by data through legal and regulatory newsletters, Websites, e-mails, and content aggregators. In fact, the vast amount of information is...

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