The Compliance Consortium, an international group that promotes effective governance, risk and compliance management, has merged with the Open Compliance and Ethics Group, a nonprofit organization specializing in compliance and risk-management strategies. The merger is effective immediately. Members of the Compliance Consortium will serve as the initial members of the newly created OCEG Technology Council. Ted Frank, chairman of the Compliance Consortium advisory council and president of governance software provider Axentis, will join the OCEG's overall Leadership Council and head the newly formed Technology Council. Sebastian Holst, president of the Compliance Consortium, said that one of the OCEG Technology Council's first objectives will be to expand its membership to include commercial organizations and other technology providers.

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