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Unified Compliance Framework® Common Controls Spreadsheets: Investigate the content we offer in the UCF® spreadsheets, including all of the currently tracked Authority Documents and comprehensive information about the individual Authority Documents
Authority Document Search Tool: Search, Request, and Vote for Authority Documents
Compliance Dictionary: The best compliance reference available, online or off. The Compliance Dictionary standardizes and unifies compliance terms and governance requirements from hundreds of Authority Documents. Check your language sources and verify terminology, includes Acronyms and Glossary Terms.
Authority Documents List: All mandates, regulations, statues, etc. mapped into the UCF.
The Science of Compliance® eBook: Walks you through the basics all the way to structuring your own compliance program
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Agility Through GRC Intelligence - a GRC 20/20 Solution Viewpoint: Organizations can greatly benefit from moving away from manual and ad hoc documentation of requirements toward a solution that is specifically designed to manage changes comprehensively and consistently. Such a system gathers and sorts requirements and changes, harmonizes, and maps them to controls to make GRC programs more efficient, effective, and agile in a demanding regulatory and business environment.