Sanctions Innovation and Technology Task Force (SITT)
The expert forum on the latest trends in sanctions technology
As has always been the aim of SanctionsAlert.com, we wish to not only provide the best training and development for sanctions professionals, but to arm sanction professionals with the know-how needed to carry out their daily duties with the upmost efficiency and effectiveness. To that end, SanctionsAlert.com has created the Sanctions Innovation and Technology Task Force (SITT).
The mission of the SITT is three-fold:
- to share, discuss, and converse with SanctionsAlert.com members and the sanctions service provider community on best practices, future developments, and hot trends in sanctions technology;
- to assist SanctionsAlert.com in creating useful resources for the compliance community, such as: a Comparative Grid of Service Providers, a monthly Technology Column, a Sanctions Technology Best Practices Book; regular Tech Forums and much more;
as well as
- to become the leading body in the sanctions technology field.
How we work
The SITT meets bi-monthly (every two months) to discuss hot topics in sanctions technology, share insights about the latest upcoming trends that may impact the sanctions technology industry, and promote best practices for sanctions technology service providers.
SITT members contribute by submitting articles to our monthly Technology Column, assisting in the creation of the SITT’s annual Sanctions Technology Best Practices Book, regular Tech Forums conducting regular Technology Webinars on hot topics in sanctions technology, and consulting on our Comparative Grid of Service Providers.
Joseph M Bognanno III
VP of Strategy and Alliances
Members of The 2018 Task Force
QUESTIONS ABOUT MEMBERSHIP?
If you have any questions about the SITT or you would like to become an SITT member and contribute to our Task Force, please send your Resume and a brief Cover Letter explaining your interest and your experience to Anna Sayre by email to: email@example.com.