501 Commons is working with Unified Compliance to provide technical and management support on compliance issues to Washington state nonprofits. The two companies will be presenting a free webinar to describe how this partnership can help nonprofits comply with state and federal regulations. It is scheduled for Thursday, May 11, 2017 from 8:30 am to 10:00 am PDT, 11:30 am to 1 pm EDT.
Since 1992, Unified Compliance has developed groundbreaking tools to support IT best practices with a focus on solutions and processes that further the science of compliance, including harmonization methods, metrics, systems continuity and governance. Dorian Cougias and his research partner, Marcelo Halpern of the international law firm Perkins Coie, which oversees all legal aspects of the Unified Compliance Framework® (UCF®) created the UCF.
Twice honored with a GRC Innovation Award for Technical Innovation in Regulatory Intelligence for Compliance Management by independent governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) analyst firm GRC 20/20 Research, the UCF provides targeted, harmonized research on what an organization needs to do — and not do — to achieve and maintain compliance with industry, government, and best practice demands.
The UCF’s SaaS portal, the Common Controls Hub™ (CCH™), was specifically designed to enable users to easily retrieve needed data from the UCF’s massive data repository of more than 200,000 individual mandates from 800+ regulations and laws from around the world. Customers may automatically compile custom, harmonized control lists in minutes by vertical industries, market segments, and geographies and create instant gap/overlap analyses to drastically reduce audit requirements.
501 Commons' mission is to boost the capacity of nonprofit organizations to thrive over the long term and effectively serve the community. The company was founded in 1989 as Executive Service Corps of Washington. In 2010, the name was changed to 501 Commons, reflecting a changing role and broader range of services. Information systems support is just one of the services the company offers. Learn more at https://www.501commons.org/.
501 Commons provides the technology and management expertise to help nonprofits get the most out of technologies such as the UCF. For nonprofits, compliance with state and federal regulations such as PCI, HIPPA and the Sarbanes-0xley Act is critical. A nonprofit can put its reputation, relationships and mission at risk with non-compliance.
Nonprofit organizations, who need help identifying and managing privacy standards for data and electronic transactions, and compliance risks and controls, will benefit from learning how 501 Commons and Unified Compliance can help them develop a plan for understanding and solving compliance issues.
Craig Isaacs from Unified Compliance and Graham Ford from 501 Commons will demonstrate the capabilities of the CCH and discuss how you can manage and mitigate compliance risk at a price you can afford, even in the rapidly changing compliance environment.
If you’re in a nonprofit organization in Washington state, you can’t afford to miss this opportunity. Attend this stimulating and informative webinar on Thursday, May 11, 2017 from 8:30 am to 10:00 am PDT, 11:30 am to 1 pm EDT.