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The State University of New York is committed to operating with integrity and in compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, and SUNY policies and procedures. The State University of New York has established the Compliance Steering Committee to coordinate SUNY's numerous existing compliance efforts and to provide senior leadership with a comprehensive view of SUNY's compliance activities. The Committee will assist the Board in overseeing SUNY’s compliance program with respect to compliance with legal, regulatory, and ethical responsibilities, and minimizing SUNY’s risk.
The Committee will not assume the duties of the various substantive compliance areas, and all ongoing compliance activities will continue in their existing reporting structure. Rather, the Committee’s role will be to coordinate and monitor these efforts and assess University-wide performance, making recommendations for change and enhancement where necessary. It is expected that the SUNY Compliance Program will be an evolving process and additional resources will be needed to enhance SUNY's centralized compliance efforts over time.
JCOPE Comprehensive Ethics Training:
In addition to local training, SUNY System Administration has begun to offer JCOPE Comprehensive Ethics Training webinar sessions for campuses to access and utilize for their own JCOPE training purposes. These sessions are being held every other month. The webinar trainings are being facilitated by the Office of U-Wide Human Resources, the Office of General Counsel, the Compliance Office, and the Office of Information Technology. The goal of these system-wide sessions is to help campuses ensure that their new employees who are required by statute to complete the JCOPE Comprehensive Ethics Training, receive that training in a timely fashion, and in accordance with the statute.
To sign up for one of the training sessions, send an email to the Director of Compliance. The information on these modules, and their dates and times, is being communicated to campuses via the campus Ethics Officer.
Upcoming JCOPE training dates/times:
- Thurs., Sept. 24, 2015 10:30 a.m.
- Wed., Sept. 30, 2015 2:00 p.m.
- Tues., Oct. 27th, 2015 2:00 p.m.
- Thurs., Nov. 5, 2015 10:30 a.m.
Child Protection Policy Training:
The Office of General Counsel and the Compliance Office have teamed up to deliver a system-wide training on the SUNY Child Protection Policy. The training, separated into modules, is available on the Compliance topic page devoted to the Child Protection Policy. The training includes recorded modules, and the powerpoint used for each training section is also availale for campus use. See the 'Training' section of the page.
The compliance website is continually adding new pages featuring information and resources for the SUNY campuses. Below is a listing of some of the recently added content.
To join the Compliance listserv, send an e-mail to the Director of Compliance.
In addition, several other Compliance listserv's are maintained in conjunction with particular compliance topics. To join one of these listservs, e-mail the Director of Compliance, who will pass the request along to the appropriate SUNY contact.
There are SUNY internal listservs for the following compliance topics/functions:
The information contained on the SUNY Compliance website is for general campus guidance only and is not intended, nor can be relied upon, as legal advice or the imposition on SUNY campuses of specific policies or requirements. The site is intended to be an informational-only clearinghouse for some of the laws, rules, and regulations that may impact the State University of New York’s campuses. Additionally, given the rapid, changing nature of laws, rules and regulations, there may be delays or omissions contained on this site which therefore cannot be relied upon as complete. For complete compliance information, consult your campus compliance officials or the SUNY Director of Compliance. For legal advice, consult your lawyer.