On April 5, the Criminal Division of the DOJ announced a pilot program aimed at more robust enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. The program is designed to motivate companies to self-disclose FCPA-related misconduct, fully cooperate, and where appropriate remediate flaws in their controls and compliance programs. This requires an effective compliance program that can root out potential violations and swiftly ascertain and disclose all relevant facts.

For a multinational corporation, evidence of FCPA violations could lie hidden in emails, electronic documents and other files that could be stored anywhere across the company’s global footprint, and in any mix of languages. Searching all that data thoroughly and quickly can be done only with the help of the right technology. E-discovery software helps uncover evidence by providing in-house compliance professionals with sophisticated tools for searching and analyzing corporate data.

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