System Administration Compliance Office Services
The System Administration Compliance Program exists to provide support to System Administration departments as they work to promote a culture of ethical behavior and to ensure compliance with all applicable laws, rules, regulations and policies. The Compliance Program is available to partner with departments to help them:
- identify and prioritize their compliance risks,
- prevent and detect noncompliance, and
- remedy noncompliance if it occurs
Specific ways in which the System Administration Compliance Office is available to provide support to departments include:
Aiding departments in identifying applicable laws, rules and regulations governing their area; Supporting departments in evaluating and prioritizing compliance risks that are critical to System Administration.
Helping develop and implement various controls to prevent noncompliance, such as policies and procedures, operational/supervisory/oversight controls, checklists, risk management plans, and compliance training.
Supporting departments in proactively detecting noncompliance through departmental monitoring, risk management plans, investigations, and reporting.
Helping the department identify ways to prevent future noncompliance through corrective action plans, improved controls, updated policies and procedures, revised training content and delivery method, etc.
Aiding departments in providing specific employees with the training necessary to perform their jobs and to understand the relevant compliance issues based on their job responsibilities.
Assessing Department’s Compliance Effectiveness
Assisting departments in understanding the strengths and weaknesses of their compliance program; developing risk management plans designed to prevent, detect, and respond appropriately to compliance risks; providing assurances to executive management that critical risks are well controlled.
Providing employees with an opportunity to report suspected noncompliance in a manner that preserves confidentiality; Investigating allegations or incidents of noncompliance.
Contact the System Administration Compliance Officer (David Givens 512-499-4532) if you would like to find out more about services offered.