Third-Party Vendor Policy
Today, many businesses rely on outside companies, known as third-party organizations, to handle their data or services. Some examples might include vendors, marketing firms, recruiting organizations and other external entities.
The purpose of this policy from TechRepublic Premium is to provide guidelines for establishing qualified third-party vendors with which to do business and what requirements or regulations should be imposed upon their operational processes.
From the policy:
Third-party vendors must provide the company a contact individual (or individuals) for assessing internal controls to determine the effectiveness of services provided, the efficiency of operations and compliance with applicable laws and objectives.
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