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Five Leaders From Five Industries to Tackle Concerns Over the Economy and Its Impact on Compliance and Ethics During Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and Health Care Compliance Association Audio/Web Conference

MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On February 19, 2009 at Noon CT, compliance and ethics leaders at Best Buy, Dell, Qwest Communications, Textron and Catholic Healthcare West will be discussing how companies should manage rising compliance risk at a time of stagnant or declining budgets. They will be participating in a live web conference titled The Economy, Compliance and Ethics, Five Leaders, Five Industries, Ideas for Your Program, jointly offered by the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) and Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE).

(For more details on this web conference, please click here

"The data out there is troubling, to say the least," said Roy Snell, CEO of the Health Care Compliance Association and Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics. "A December 2008 survey we conducted with over 600 compliance and ethics professionals revealed a disturbing divergence of trends in compliance and ethics. While 85% of compliance and ethics officers surveyed believed that the current economic crisis increases the risk of a compliance or ethics failure, few thought budgets would rise to meet the challenge. And many expected a budget cut."

The panel of industry experts will discuss the findings of the survey and how companies should act to mitigate the rising risk of wrongdoing in this difficult economy.


Dan Roach, VP Compliance and Audit, Catholic Healthcare West

Kathleen Edmond, Chief Ethics Officer, Best Buy

Al Gagne, CCEP Director, Ethics & Compliance Textron Systems Corporation

Paul Liebman, Chief Compliance Counsel, Dell

Dave Heller, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Vice President Risk Management, Qwest Communications


Adam Turteltaub, CCEP, Vice President of Membership Development, Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics

The SCCE/HCCA Audio/Web Conference: The Economy, Compliance and Ethics, Five Leaders, Five Industries, Ideas for Your Program is broadcast live with slides and audio over the Internet and will be held February 19, 2009, 12 Noon Central Time.

    To attend the event, please press the links below for registration:
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The survey referenced above may be accessed at or

    For more information:
    Marlene Robinson
    Toll-Free: 888-277-4977
    +1 952 933 4977
    Fax: 952-988-0146

Contact SCCE and HCCA

The SCCE and the HCCA are located at 6500 Barrie Road, Suite 250, Minneapolis, MN. Visit the SCCE Web site at . Visit the HCCA Web site at or call toll-free 888 580 8373 or +1 952 988 0141.

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