Provide global leadership and the central voice to represent the field of due diligence
Provide professional credentials certification for members
Educate and support policy makers in business, government, non-profit and academia
Publish international standards, best practices and ethical practices for the field
Advocate on issues of importance to the field of due diligence for members and the public good
Provide awards and recognition programs for individuals and organizations
Manage national, chapter, and virtual conferences, seminars and workshops, especially to provide professional development through online conferences, podcasting, webinars, telephone conferences, course systems and the other emerging communications technologies, following the trend away from historically expensive and time consuming national and local conferences and meetings, bringing the members’ needs to their home or work computer
Publicize due diligence research and scholarship
Promote the general perception of the field as positive and comprehensive.
Reverse the status quo that has led to complacency and lack of innovation in the field.
Transcend the problems and failures of historic and traditional due diligence.
Ally and work with associations and other organizations to advance the field and to serve our members