As we discussed in last week’s blog post, on November 29, 2017, Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein made remarks at the American Conference Institute’s 34th International Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) recognizing the success of the FCPA Enforcement Plan and Guidance (commonly referred to as the FCPA “Pilot Program”), which had been in effect since April 5, 2016. In those remarks, Mr. Rosenstein also announced a revised FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy. The new policy, which has been formally incorporated into the US Attorneys’ Manual (USAM), and is specific to the FCPA, continues and builds upon aspects of the Pilot Program. Its goal is to “increase the volume of voluntary disclosures” by providing additional transparency and certainty concerning the benefits of voluntary disclosure, full cooperation, and full and timely remediation, thereby “enhanc[ing] the [DOJ’s] ability to identify and punish culpable individuals.” A transcript of Mr. Rosenstein’s remarks can be found here.