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Control tab in Policy

Hello Experts,

(1)In the controls tab of a policy, the regulation drop down is not showing any of the regulations.

(2) Also the results of the Control Design, Self Assessment are not being updated in the screen, even after performing the respective activities.

Could anyone suggest what could be the reason for the same.


Ramakrishna Chaitanya

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2013 at 09:40 PM

    Hello Ramakrishna,

    To enable the regulation DropDown list, you must proceed with the following:

    First, make sure you have performed the steps below:

    1. SPRO

    2. Governance, Risk and Compliance

    3. Common Component Settings

    4. Policy Management

    5. Maintain Policy Source Categories

    6. Add the Policy Source "Regulation and/or requirements"

    This policy source will appear in "Policy Source tab" in the policy creation.

    Select the "Regulation and/or requirements" and click on "Add Source" button. Now, assigned the available regulations and save.

    I attached a screenshot for your reference.

    Thank you,

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Dear Ramakrishna,

      The control tab is also optional in this case. Process Controls just gives you the possibility to make the linkage between control + regulation + policy to enhance the chance of compliance.

      Let me know if this information is enough.

      Thank you,


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