Policy, Program and Procedures

Welcome to the Policy, Program and Procedures Community. Here you will find the latest discussions and resources that can help you in this area. This community focuses on creating a policy, program and procedures, best practices, ideas, tips, guidance, how to implement and more. Note: You will need to Sign In to join in the discussions and access resources. 

About Third Party Risk Policy, Program and Procedures: Successful vendor risk management requires a fully documented set of practices. Regulators and examiners expect you to have three written documents – a policy, program and procedures. These documents must be updated at least annually or more frequently as guidance changes or significant organizational changes occur. And, it’s important the work product produced matches what the policy and program documentation says.  

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  • Hello! We do have a vendor management policy and standard which provide guidelines for when the RFI/RFP process should be used. There are a variety of factors which could trigger the RFP process, such as overall cost (select a threshold, for example ... More

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    When to use an RFP?

    I am formalizing Penn National Insurance's Vendor Management policy. I was asked to add guidelines around when an RFP (Request for Proposal) should or should not be used. Does your organization have a formal vendor management policy or vendor selection ... More

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    RE: Law Firms

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    RE: Law Firms

    Attorney firms utilize Case Management systems which contain restricted and confidential information that requires sufficient physical and logical controls that should be evaluated for sufficiency when reviewing a firm- What does the firm have access ... More

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    RE: Law Firms

    Attorney-client privilege communications are protected in litigation discovery, but those communications can still be obtained with a subpoena or through deposition. It's only communications between attorney and client that are protected so, without more ... More

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