Compliance

The administration of the University of New England is strongly committed to promoting and supporting employee compliance with all federal, state and regional laws and regulations.

Institutional Compliance

The UNE Institutional Compliance program is intended to provide all employees of UNE with policies, procedures, informational resources and links to training that promote law-abiding and ethical actions in all workplace conduct. This program is also designed to prevent, detect and eliminate regulatory violations, fraud and abuse if they should exist with the University system.

Employee Compliance

As a UNE employee, you are expected to be familiar with the regulatory and ethical conduct responsibilities of your specific position within the UNE system. You are expected to satisfy all training requirements related to your job responsibilities of a regulatory nature. Should you witnesses or become aware of unethical or illegal conduct, or actions of fraud or abuse, you are responsible to report such knowledge to your immediate supervisor, to a UNE compliance officer, or to the UNE chief compliance officer through direct contact or through the Compliance Hotline reporting system.