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>Sept. 21, 2010 SF/Silicon Valley OCEG (GRC) meet/greet and presentation

>See below for information about the September 21, 2010 San Francisco/Silicon Valley OCEG (GRC) meeting/greet and presentation.

San Francisco/Silicon Valley OCEG has started a local group for networking and discussion. Our first meeting will be held at SAP in Palo Alto (address below), and will open with a networking meet and greet, followed by a discussion about how the group will work (e.g., activities and meetings, topics, frequency, locations, etc.), and a discussion by Norman Marks, an OCEG Fellow and Co-Chair of San Francisco/Silicon Valley OCEG, on the topic of “What is GRC and why does it matter?” Additional information is provided below. If you plan on attending, please RSVP, which will allow us to better prepare. Thank you.

Date: September 21, 2010
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Location: SAP, Hillview Avenue, Palo Alto (specific location will be provided when you RSVP to attend).
Cost: no charge. A special thank you to SAP for sponsoring our first meeting and paying for breakfast. SAP is a Charter Member of OCEG.

RSVP by email to Co-Chair David Tate, Esq. at tateatty@yahoo.com by providing the names of the people who will be attending, their email contact information, and employer/title.

About Norman Marks. Norman Marks, Vice President, Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) at SAP BusinessObjects, is one of the most well known thought leaders in GRC and internal auditing. Mr. Marks is also a CPA and has been a chief audit executive of major global corporations. Mr. Marks is a frequent speaker, the author of several award-winning articles, and a frequent blogger on internal audit, risk management, governance and compliance. Norman is an OCEG Fellow and serves on the OCEG Leadership Council and Technology Council.

OCEG is a nonprofit organization that uniquely helps organizations drive principled performance by enhancing corporate culture and integrating governance, risk management and compliance processes through guidelines and standards, community of practice, and evaluation criteria and benchmarking. OCEG’s website is http://www.oceg.org

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