A ballooning number of corruption scandals at non-profits may result in more NFPs adopting tighter policies and procedures according to global CPA and business advisory firm Grant Thornton.

As a result, the number of not-for-profit organizations that have a defined conflict-of-interest policy in place rose to 78 percent this year, as opposed to last year’s mark of 67 percent, according to GT’s fourth annual National Board Governance Survey for Not-for-Profit Organizations.

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