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Background The Private Sector Collective Action Coalition Against Corruption (CAC) has expanded on a speedy manner. The coalition’s signatory member group is expected to achieve the size of 400 companies by the end of 2014. The certified member group is expected to grow significantly. In order to cope with the rapid expansion of the coalition, the CAC needs to take into account a greater...
Procurement is at the heart of the work that the World Bank and other international development banks do. Countries borrow from these multilateral organisations to develop the public works and services their citizens need: such as healthcare, education, sanitation and infrastructure. Through public procurement, countries use the borrowed funds to acquire expertise, labour and supplies needed...
A well-financed and independent anti-corruption agency or commission can be a strong weapon in the fight against corruption. They need support, however, from both the government, judiciary and law enforcement if they are to do their jobs. Above all they need independence: they need to establish their credentials as independent investigators dedicated to fighting corruption both inside and...

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