What is a Compliance Matrix?

A compliance matrix framework enhances compliance primarily through the actions of a decentralized matrix of institutional office and officers, coordinated and assisted by a small central compliance function with a reporting relationship to the institutions governing board.  A matrix connects individual components, coordinates their operations, and represents the institutional perspective.  A matrix helps to ensure institutional compliance of policies, standards, laws and regulations in adherence with Stanford’s Seven Elements of Ethics and Compliance Excellence.

Compliance area owners and subject matter experts reside within the functional units/departments. Compliance area owners are responsible for the direct oversight and operations related to risk mitigation and monitoring activities associated with their respective compliance area. Across all of these categories, it is critical that the University ensure the right individuals have working knowledge to identify risk that, if not addressed, could result in significant harm to the institution.

History

The University's Compliance Matrix was created in 2001 with 18 major compliance areas expanding to 25 major areas by early 2017. It highlighted three levels of compliance responsibility: 1. Cognizant Cabinet Member, 2. Functional Responsible Office / Officer, and 3. Primary Operation of Responsibility. Some compliance areas listed were broad (e.g. Human Resource, and Global Operations) and others were very specific (e.g. Export Controls). While sufficient in identifying a limited set of compliance areas and their stakeholders, opportunities were identified to enhance the Compliance Matrix to make it a more useful and comprehensive resource for the University Community. 

2017 Compliance Matrix Enhancement

A significant update to the Compliance Matrix was initiated in fiscal year 2017 by benchmarking and collecting information from internal and external resources. The goal of the update is for the Compliance Matrix to serve as a self-service resource in order to promote consistent, reliable guidance for the Stanford Community.

The enhanced Compliance Matrix categorizes 54 specific compliance areas into 16 broad compliance areas and includes information on:

  • Cabinet Member(s) responsible for the 16 broad compliance areas,
  • Responsible Office(s) for all 54 specific compliance area,
  • Descriptions and examples of the specific compliance area’s regulatory requirements, - New Content
  • Examples of applicable policies, and state and federal regulations, for the specific compliance areas, - New Content
  • Resources available for the specific compliance areas identified, i.e. trainings, websites, internal policies, handbooks and guidelines. - New Content

Updated Compliance Matrix

Compliance Areas 

1. Academics and Admissions

5. Copyright and Trademark

9. Information Privacy and Security

13. Research

2. Accessibility and Diversity

6. Donors, Gifts and Endowments 10. Intercollegiate Athletics 14. Student Related (not covered elsewhere)

3. Accounting and Finance

7. Environmental Health and Safety 11. Labor and Employment - Human Resources 15. Technology and Licensing

4. Campus Safety

8. Global 12. Land Use 16. Other Areas

 

1. Academics and Admissions

Susie Brubaker-Cole, Vice Provost for Student Affairs
Richard Shaw, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid

 

Specific Compliance Area

Examples of Requirements

Responsible Office(s)

Examples of Applicable Regulations

Resources

a.

Academic Information (prospective and current students)

Availability of information on accreditation, campus safety, diversity, placement, retention statistics, course information, transfer policies, and planned changes to academic programs.

University Communications
Office of the University Registrar
Higher Education Opportunity Act (sections related to student disclosures, policies, and accreditation)
 
 

Stanford Bulletin - exploredegrees.stanford.edu

 
 

b.

Admission Requirements (Undergraduate)

Required accessibility to admissions and institutional information including institutional statistics and course information.  No discrimination is allowed on the basis of age, military deferment, diversity or accessibility.

Office of Undergraduate Admissions

Higher Education Opportunity Act (sections related to admissions)
Age Discrimination Act
Also see list in Accessibility and Diversity

admission.stanford.edu/apply/

c.

Financial Aid

Required information on costs, financial aid programs, selection criteria, any applicable loan, grant, etc. terms, price calculator, status of financial aid (if currently received), and student rights and responsibilities in receiving financial aid.

Financial Aid Office

Truth in Lending Act

Student Right to Know Act 
Higher Education Opportunity Act (sections on loans, grants and financial aid)
financialaid.stanford.edu

2. Accessibility and Diversity

Susie Brubaker-Cole, Vice Provost for Student Affairs
Stephanie Kalfayan, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs 

 

Specific Compliance Area

Examples of Requirements

Responsible Office(s)

Examples of Applicable Regulations

Resources

a.

Disability Access (Building, Services)

Disability-related accommodations for staff, faculty and guests, and student non-academic related accommodations (club sports, dorm activities, transportation, etc.).

Diversity and Access Office
Office of Accessible Education
Americans with Disabilities Act
The Fair Housing Act
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act
 

b.

Disability Access
(Online, Electronic)

Disability-related accommodations for staff, faculty and guests, and student non-academic related accommodations (websites, electronic materials, video captioning, etc.).

Stanford Online Accessibility Program
Diversity and Access Office
Office of Accessible Education
Americans with Disabilities Act
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act
Section 255 of the Communications Act

c.

Non-discrimination, Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, Equal Employment

Nondiscrimination protection based on race, religion, color, national origin, physical or mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy, marital status, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or genetic information for participation in academic programs, activities or employment.

Diversity and Access Office
Department and School Administrators
University Human Resources

Tile VI, Civil Rights Act
Title VII, Civil Rights Act
Executive Order 11246
Age Discrimination and Employment Act
Equal Employment of Veterans
CA Fair Employment and Housing Act 

Diversity and Access Office

Administrative Guide Memo 1.7.4 Equal Employment Opportunity, Non-Discrimination, and Affirmative Action Policy

3. Accounting and Finance

Randy Livingston, Vice President for Business Affairs and Chief Financial Officer

 

Specific Compliance Area

Examples of Requirements

Responsible Office(s)

Examples of Applicable Regulations

Resources

a.

Bank Accounts

Opening, closing or maintenance of University related bank accounts.

Office of the Treasurer

Administrative Guide 3.6.1 Bank Accounts
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) financial statement audit requirements
Know your customer (KYC)

b.

Credit Card Transactions

Safeguarding credit card holder's sensitive data that is captured as part of a transaction.

Office of the Treasurer Credit Card Merchant Services

Payment Card Industry (PCI)

Data Security Standard

pcicompliance.stanford.edu/

c.

Procurement / Contracts

Oversight of vendor selection, competition and competitive bidding, permits and licenses, invoicing and payment management.

Financial Management Services
Procurement Office,
Financial Support Center
Stanford Administrative Guide Vendor Requirements
 

d.

Taxes

Complying with regulations, authoritative pronouncements and rulings by the Internal Revenue Service, and similar state and local laws and regulations.

Controller's Office Tax Group
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Regulations

Tax Compliance @ Stanford

4. Campus Safety

Kathryn Ann Moler, Vice Provost and Dean of Research
Debra Zumwalt, Vice President and General Counsel

 

Specific Compliance Area

Examples of Requirements

Responsible Office(s)

Examples of Applicable Regulations

Resources

a.

Campus Security

Notifications for security and safety threat.

Department of Public Safety

Clery Act

Higher Education Opportunity Act (sections related to emergency notifications)

SU Safety, Security, and Fire Report

b.

Crime Reporting

Comprehensive and prompt campus crime and safety reporting.

Department of Public Safety
Clery Act

SU Safety, Security, and Fire Report

c.

Emergency Preparedness

Policies and procedures for campus emergency preparedness.

Department of Public Safety
Environmental Health & Safety
Higher Education Opportunity Act (sections related to emergency notifications)
Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970

ehs.stanford.edu/topic/emergency-preparedness

d.

Pedestrian and Traffic Safety

Abiding by traffic and safety laws.

Department of Public Safety

California Vehicle Code

SU Safety, Security, and Fire Report

5. Copyright and Trademark

Kathryn Ann Moler, Vice Provost and Dean of Research
Randy Livingston, Vice President for Business Affairs and Chief Financial Officer
Debra Zumwalt, Vice President and General Counsel

 

Specific Compliance Area

Examples of Requirements

Responsible Office(s)

Examples of Applicable Regulations

Resources

a.

Copyright

Rights of authors of literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and certain intellectual works.

Office of Technology and Licensing

Copyright Act of 1976

fairuse.stanford.edu

Research Policy Handbook - 9. Intellectual Property

b.

Plagiarism

Proper citation of referenced material used under fair use guidelines and not claiming another's' work as your own.

Student Affairs Office of Community Standards
Vice Provost and Dean of Research Office
Copyright Act of 1976 
Trademark Act of 1946

Student Honor Code - Plagiarism

Research Policy Handbook - 1.7 Research Misconduct

c.

Trademarks, Images, and Name Use

Restrictions on how the Stanford name, emblems and other trademarks may be used.

Trademark Licensing Office

University Communications

Trademark Act of 1946

SU Administrative Guide

Administrative Guide Memo 1.5.4 Ownership and Use of Stanford Trademarks and Images

identity.stanford.edu

trademarks.stanford.edu

trademarks@stanford.edu

brandmanager@stanford.edu

6. Donors, Gifts and Endowments

Martin Shell, Vice President and Chief External Relations Officer
Robert Wallace, CEO Stanford Management Company

 

Specific Compliance Area

Examples of Requirements

Responsible Office(s)

Examples of Applicable Regulations

Resources

a.

Donor Restrictions

Proper use, tracking and reporting of donor restricted gifts.

Office of Development

Schools/Departments/Faculty

Philanthropy Protection Act of 1995
Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act (UPMIFA)

Donor agreements

giving.stanford.edu

b.

Investment Activity: Merged Pool and Intermediate Pool

Reporting obligations to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Department of the Treasury, and foreign counterparts.

Stanford Management Company

Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act (UPMIFA)

Internal Revenue Service regulations

7. Environmental Health and Safety

Kathryn Ann Moler, Vice Provost and Dean of Research

 

Specific Compliance Area

Examples of Requirements

Responsible Office(s)

Examples of Applicable Regulations

Resources

a.

Laboratory Safety

Laboratory safety and security generally related to procurement, storage, handling, and disposal of specific material categories such as biological, radiological, toxic and highly flammable chemicals.

Environmental Health & Safety Office

Hazardous Materials Transportation Act
OSHA Enforcement Guidance (personal protective equipment and hazardous materials)
Toxic Substances Control Act

Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards

EHS Guides and Manuals

EHS Training

EHS Waste Disposal

b.

Occupational Safety and Emergency Management

Environmental safety and health requirements not specific to labs including: occupational health, building safety, fire suppression, and emergency preparedness.

Environmental Health & Safety Office

Stanford Medicine Office of Emergency Management

California Occupational Safety and Health Regulations (CAL/OSHA)
Emergency Planning and Community Right Act (EPCRA)

SU EHS Occupational Health Center

SU EHS Emergency Preparedness

SU School of Medicine Office of Emergency Management

8. Global

Kathryn Ann Moler, Vice Provost and Dean of Research
Randy Livingston, Vice President for Business Affairs and Chief Financial Officer

 

Specific Compliance Area

Examples of Requirements

Responsible Office(s)

Examples of Applicable Regulations

Resources

a.

Anti-Bribery

Payments to or from foreign officials to assist in obtaining or retaining business, induce an individual to perform duties improperly, or gain other improper advantage.

Office of the General Counsel
Global Business Services

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)

UK Bribery Act

Global Business Services - Anti-Bribery

b.

International Banking and Investment

International banking "Know Your Customer" requirements, cash management, currency exchange and international investment management.

Office of the Treasurer

Controllers Office Tax Dept

Stanford Management Company

Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR)

Office of Foreign Asset Control

globalops.stanford.edu/topics/finance

c.

International Business Regulations, Corporate Registration / Permanent Presence

US economic and trade sanctions, International permanent establishment requirements, corporate registration, and US, Foreign and Supra-national information reporting and compliance.

Office of the General Counsel

Global Business Services

US Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) embargoed and sanctioned countries

Dept Of Treasury/IRS bilateral tax treaties

OECD- Base Erosion & Profit Shifting; Transfer Pricing

globalops.stanford.edu/topics/legal

d.

International Taxes

Non-compliance with US, international and supra-national Financial, Tax and Business regulations, various entity and individual taxes.

Financial Management Services

Global Business Services

Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Regulations

U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control sanctions

Tax codes in countries Stanford operates

globalops.stanford.edu/topics/tax

9. Information Privacy and Security

Rick Moyer, Senior Associate Vice President and Chief Risk Officer

 

Specific Compliance Area

Examples of Requirements

Responsible Office(s)

Examples of Applicable Regulations

Resources

a.

Information Security

Preventing unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, inspection, recording or destruction of information with a majority being IT security (cybersecurity).

Information Security Office

Minimum Security Standards guidelines and related Stanford adoption

uit.stanford.edu/security

uit.stanford.edu/guide/securitystandards

b.

Protection of Personal / Individual Information

Protection of Personally Identifiable Information (PII),  Protected Health Information (PHI), Personal Data and confidential information.

Privacy Office

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)

Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH)

privacy.stanford.edu

c.

Student Records

Protections regarding sharing student records, such as report cards, transcripts, disciplinary records, class schedules and contact and family information.

Registrar's Office

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

registrar.stanford.edu/students/student-record-privacy

registrar.stanford.edu/everyone/parents-page/ferpa-parents

10. Intercollegiate Athletics

Bernard Muir, Athletics Director

 

Specific Compliance Area

Examples of Requirements

Responsible Office(s)

Examples of Applicable Regulations

Resources

a.

Conference College Sports Guidelines

Athletic activities must abide by conference guidelines.

Compliance Services Office (Athletics)

PAC-12 Conference

gostanford.com/sports/2013/4/17/208451259.aspx

b.

NCAA Compliance

Athletic activities must abide by NCAA guidelines. Recruiting  requirements, student-athlete obligations, playing and practice limits, reporting requirements, etc.

Compliance Services Office (Athletics)

National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA)

gostanford.com/sports/2013/4/17/208451259.aspx

c.

Title IX (equal access)

No person may be excluded from participation or discriminated against based on sex for any interscholastic, intercollegiate, club or intramural athletics offered.

Stanford Compliance Intercollegiate Athletics, Senior Women's Administrator,

Individual Sport Administrators

Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972

undergrad.stanford.edu/advising/student-guides/student-athletes
 

gostanford.com/sports/2013/4/17/208451259.aspx

11. Labor and Employment - Human Resources

Stephanie Kalfayan, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
Elizabeth Zacharias, Vice President for Human Resources

 

Specific Compliance Area

Examples of Requirements

Responsible Office(s)

Examples of Applicable Regulations

Resources

a.

Conflict of Interest / Conflict of Commitment - Staff
See Research for faculty

Protecting primary professional allegiance to the University and appropriate disclosure and management of significant financial interests in, or consulting or employment arrangements with, other (non-University) concerns.

University Human Resources

University Policy on Conflict of Commitment and Interest

Administrative Guide Memo - 1.5.2 Staff Policy on Conflict of Commitment and Interest

b.

Employee Benefits

Benefits and retirement plan disclosures such as Healthcare program structure, workplace standards and unemployment insurance.

University Human Resources

The Family and Medical Leave Act

Employee Retirement and Income Security Act (ERISA)

cardinalatwork.stanford.edu/benefits-rewards

c.

Equal Opportunity and Access

See Accessibility and Diversity

       

d.

Immigration (Faculty / Staff)

Following U.S. Visa, green card and citizenship application and management guidelines, international travel restrictions and requirements, employment as a non-US Citizen, and related executive orders.

Bechtel International Center,

University Human Resources

Immigration and Nationality Act
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services,

Department of Homeland Security
Travel Ban Executive Order

immigration.stanford.edu

bechtel.stanford.edu/immigration

e.

Recruitment, Hiring and Termination

Establishing background check and disclosures, non-discrimination, and terminated employee rights and benefits (such as COBRA and timely payment of wages).

Staff: Individual Departments, University Human Resources

Faculty: Deans within Schools, Faculty Senate

Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA)

Federal-State Unemployment Insurance Program
Veterans' Employment and Training Service (VETS)

cardinalatwork.stanford.edu/manage-lead/recruit-hire

hr.stanford.edu/processes/background-checks

cardinalatwork.stanford.edu/manage-lead/transition-exit

f.

Sexual Harassment (Faculty / Staff)

Prevention and addressing inappropriate gender-based or sexual behavior including sexual harassment, prohibited sexual conduct, consensual sexual relationships, and Title IX Administrative Policy and Procedures.

Sexual Harassment Policy Office

Title IX Office

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act
Title IX of the Education Amendment

harass.stanford.edu

titleix.stanford.edu

g.

Workers' Compensation

Workers’ Compensation is an employment benefit for work-related injuries/illnesses.

Risk Management Office

California Labor Code Section 3700

orm.stanford.edu/insurance/workers-compensation

12. Land Use

Robert Reidy, Vice President for Land, Buildings and Real Estate

 

Specific Compliance Area

Examples of Requirements

Responsible Office(s)

Examples of Applicable Regulations

Resources

a.

Building Regulations and Ordinances

Ensuring buildings are built and renovated in compliance with  applicable building codes and ordinances within the appropriate jurisdiction.

Land, Buildings & Real Estate
Uniform Building Code
National Fire Protection Association

lbre.stanford.edu/guides

b.

Land Use Regulations and Ordinances

Obtaining land entitlements to support the mission of the University.

Land, Buildings & Real Estate

2000 Santa Clara County General Use Permit and Community Plan

Habitat Conservation Plan
Redwood City Precise and Development Plans

gup.stanford.edu/

hcp.stanford.edu

13. Research

Kathryn Ann Moler, Vice Provost and Dean of Research

 

Specific Compliance Area

Examples of Requirements

Responsible Office(s)

Examples of Applicable Regulations

Resources

a.

Animal Subjects

Adhering to the minimum standards for housing, feeding, handling, veterinary care, and for some species, psychological well-being of animal subjects.

Research Compliance Office

Animal Welfare Act (AWA)

Public Health Service Policy on the Humane Care and Use of Laboratory Animals (NIH)

labanimals.stanford.edu/

b.

Biosafety & Biosecurity

Appropriate protections against biohazardous materials and use of recombinant and synthetic nucleic acid molecules.

Environmental Health & Safety Office

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules

California Medical Waste Management Act (MWMA)

NIH/CDC (Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories)

ehs.stanford.edu/topic/biosafety-biosecurity
 

ehs.stanford.edu/manual/biosafety-manual

cdc.gov/biosafety/publications/bmbl5/index.htm

c.

Conflict of Interest / Conflict of Commitment
(Faculty & Academic Staff)

Conflicts of Commitment and Interest is a Faculty Senate policy, requiring disclosure of outside professional activities that may have an impact on the design, conduct or reporting of research. Faculty members owe their primary professional allegiance to Stanford University, and their primary commitment of time and intellectual energies should be to the education, research, and scholarship programs of the institution.

Vice Provost and Dean of Research Office

Public Health Service Responsibility of Applicants for Promoting Objectivity in Research (42 C.F.R. Part 50, Subpart F)

National Science Foundation financial disclosure requirements

DoResearch - Conflict of Interest

Research Policy Handbook 4.2 PHS and NSF Requirements Regarding Financial Disclosures and Agency Notifications

d.

Export Control

Regulations that impose access, dissemination, participation, or financial restrictions on the transfer of items, information or services for reasons of national security, trade sanctions policy, anti-terrorism or non-proliferation.

Director of Export Compliance and University Export Control Officer

International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)
Export Administration Regulations (EAR)

Office of Foreign Assets Control Trade Sanctions Regulations (OFAC)

DoResearch - Export Controls

e.

Human Subjects and Stem Cells

Following federal policy or the “Common Rule” for Institutional Review Boards (IRB) oversight and ethics, additional protections for prisoners, children, pregnant women, human fetuses, neonates and any others participating in human stem cell research.

Research Compliance Office

Department of Health and Human Services Title 45 CFR 46
California Institute of Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) and California Department of Public Health (CDPH) regulations

SU Human Subjects Research and IRB

Stem Cell Research Oversight (SCRO)

hhs.gov/ohrp/

f.

Radiological Safety

Ensuring safe use of ionizing radiation and radiation producing devices to protect device users and the public as well as authorizing permits for radiation use and x-ray device use, providing appropriate training for users, monitoring exposure to radiation and safe disposal of radioactive waste.

Environmental Health & Safety Office

Nuclear Regulatory Commission Standards for Protection Against Radiation

EHS - Radiation Safety

g.

Research Misconduct

Procedures for reporting and investigating allegations of research misconduct, and for the required notifications to federal agencies of such allegations and investigations.

Vice Provost and Dean of Research Office

May relate to all research associated regulations listed in other research, copyright and plagiarism, or accounting and finance sub-topics

DoResearch - Responsible Conduct of Research

Research Policy Handbook 1.7 Research Misconduct: Policy on Allegations, Investigations, and Reporting

ori.hhs.gov/

h.

Research Policy and Training

Recommends and promulgates new research policy regarding research, the conduct of research and research administration. Cardinal Curriculum Certification programs and Principal Investigator training provide instruction regarding the conduct of research, managing the financial aspects of research, and research administration in compliance with Stanford policies, federal and state laws, sponsor requirements and award terms and conditions.

Vice Provost and Dean of Research Office

Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (OMB Uniform Guidance Title 2 Part 200)

DoResearch - Research Policy Handbook

14. Student Related (not covered elsewhere)

Susie Brubaker-Cole, Vice Provost for Student Affairs

 

Specific Compliance Area

Examples of Requirements

Responsible Office(s)

Examples of Applicable Regulations

Resources

a.

Drug and Alcohol Prevention

Education, notification, prevention and fair implementation of administrative actions related to underage drinking and use of illegal drugs or drugs not prescribed.

Office of Alcohol Policy and Education
Drug Free Schools and Communities Act
Clery Act
Higher Education Opportunity Act (Drug Policy Notification)

Office of Alcohol Policy and Education

Administrative Guide Memo 2.2.8 Controlled Substances and Alcohol

b.

Immigration (Students)

Providing guidance around F-1/J-1 Student and Scholar Visas and restrictions for students traveling internationally.

Bechtel International Center

Immigration and Nationality Act
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services,

Department of Homeland Security
Travel Ban Executive Order

bechtel.stanford.edu/immigration/visa-types

bechtel.stanford.edu/overseas-scholarships

c.

Sexual Harassment and Assault

Informing and enforcing Title IX protections, education and incident notification.

Title IX Office

Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972

sexualviolencesupport.stanford.edu/

15. Technology and Licensing

Kathryn Ann Moler, Vice Provost and Dean of Research

 

Specific Compliance Area

Examples of Requirements

Responsible Office(s)

Examples of Applicable Regulations

Resources

a.

Licensing, Intellectual Property and Contracting

Protection of patents, copyrights (software), Tangible Research Property,  and outgoing Material Transfer Agreements for biological materials.

Office of Technology Licensing
Patent Act
U.S. Code of Federal Regulations Title 37

otl.stanford.edu/

16. Other Areas

Megan Pierson, Chief of Staff

 

Specific Compliance Area

Examples of Requirements

Responsible Office(s)

Examples of Applicable Regulations

Resources

a.

Political Activities

Including lobbying activities, endorsements, financial contributions or other political related activities that may endanger the University's 501(c)(3) status.

Office of Government and Community Relations
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) guidance on political activity at 501(c)(3) entities

sal.stanford.edu/policies/partisan-political-activities

b.

Volunteers

Volunteer protections and requirements (e.g. waivers, insurance coverage, background checks, vaccinations, etc.) may vary based upon specific roles and responsibilities of the volunteer.  Contact Risk Management for consultation.

Office of the Chief Risk Officer Risk Management Office

California  Labor Code 3363.5

Volunteer Protection Act of 1997

Human Resources Managers and Associates

Office of Risk Management, 650-721-4348

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