It’s election time and you know what that means: politics.
It is often for the best of intentions that someone decides to run for public office, but even those candidates are subjected to the arrows from the opposition. For that reason, when anyone decides to put their name out there as a candidate, it should be done only after an exhaustive due diligence process.
Yes, a candidate needs to investigate his own background to see what, if anything, is lurking that could be construed in a negative light. They can be assured that the opposition will conduct due diligence investigations on them, so it’s best to be proactive. Following a due diligence checklist, investigators root out those situations that, perhaps innocent at the time, could be used against a potential candidate.
Due diligence can involve so many different aspects of both personal and business lives from a company’s standard HR due diligence checklist to a very specific request on a very particular person or situation.
has experience in this sort of due diligence services. In fact, we perform due diligence investigations for a wide variety of organizations and individuals, because we have the experience and resources to provide the results needed.
-Brenda McGinley, CEO, All in Investigations, All in Investigations