Markley Ward & Chris Watkins

Keeping the Wheels On: How to Best Work with Trucking Companies to Perform Compliance Testing

Day and Time: 10/28/20, 11:00 AM -12:00 PM CST

CPE: 1.0

Level: Basic

Prerequisite: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Field of Study: Audit

Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based

Registration: No Fee

Markley Ward and Chris Watkins will walk you through the most common charge methods and the challenges 

presented by each. They will also highlight the limitations of reviewing trucking field tickets, as well as the challenges with 

collecting and using truck GPS data.

  1. Understanding and learning how to audit the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration “new” Electronic Logging Devices (ELD) law.

  2. Working with vendors to make use of the mandated ELD data

  3. Trucking company IR’s; what should you ask for

  4. Potential test steps using the new mandated ELD data

  5. New technology and methods on the horizon to streamline the trucking transaction cycle

Markley Ward


Markley Ward is the Director of Contract Services for AMS-PAR.  He helps clients implement  highly effective 

compliance programs, including supplier audits, accounts payable reviews, contract administration initiatives, and supply 

chain best practice implementations.  He has over 17 years’ experience helping some of the largest companies in the world 

implement contract compliance programs.  

Chris Watkins


Chris Watkins has been a consultant at AMS-PAR for 10 years, leading audits on a wide variety of vendors mainly in the 

oil and gas and utilities sector.

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