An oft-stated assumption entering 2008 was that election-year politics would predominate and keep things quiet on the legislative front for insurers. This assumption has proven erroneous, as a host of regulatory issues have reared their heads.

Even though they may wish it were otherwise, insurance technologists do not operate in a vacuum. Just as IT must increasingly scramble to keep abreast of changes within business, leaders of business units—and the technologists that support them—must react to a rapidly evolving regulatory environment.

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