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Corporate Voluntary Self-Disclosure Policies

Voluntary Self-Disclosure Program

In circumstances where a company becomes aware of misconduct by employees or agents before that misconduct is publicly reported or otherwise known to the Department, companies may come to the United States Attorney’s Office (the “USAO”) and disclose that misconduct, enabling the government to investigate and hold wrongdoers accountable more quickly than would otherwise be the case. To read more about these policies, please see the below policy PDF. 


Monitor Selection for Corporate Criminal Enforcement

The Deputy Attorney General’s September 15, 2022 memorandum, “Further Revisions to Corporate Criminal Enforcement Policies Following Discussions with Corporate Crime Advisory Group,” instructed that each component involved in corporate criminal resolutions that does not currently have a public monitor selection process must adopt an already existing Department process, or develop and publish its own process. For more information on these policies on the process of adoption of a monitor, please see the attached PDF.