2015 UC Compliance Symposium now open for registration
Compliance professionals from all UC campuses, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and the Office of the President will gather Feb. 4 to 6, 2015, for the 2015 UC Compliance Symposium at the Hotel Irvine Jamboree Center in Irvine, Calif.
This year’s symposium is expected to attract more than 300 staff and faculty who will explore compliance issues of concern to all UC locations, including cloud computing, computer and phone forensics, National Collegiate Athletic Association compliance, international compliance and more.
The event opens Wednesday, Feb. 4, with pre-conference workshops, which are open to all attendees, in export controls, policy and writing effective investigation reports. It continues Feb. 5–6 with specialized sessions in campus culture, research, privacy and information security, international activities and general compliance.
Also on the program are a panel of campus leaders speaking on vision and strategies for UC, a luncheon with an update on UC Health and another lunch featuring a session on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
The keynote speaker will be ethicist Michael Josephson, founder and president of the Josephson Institute.
Registration is $100, and continuing education credits will be offered for the Compliance Certification Board (CCB), Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) and the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).
Details on how to register and make your hotel reservations can be found online. Be sure to book hotel stays early to take advantage of special rates. The complete program is also available on the website.
The event is sponsored by UCOP’s Office of Ethics, Compliance and Audit Services. For questions, please contact Linda Buffett (Linda.Buffet@ucop.edu or 510-987-0479) or Tim Mulshine (Tim.Mulshine@ucop.edu or 510-987-0306).