1

Decide

  • Review criteria for Large Companies vs SMEs
  • Attend CAC’s Road to Join or SME Executive Briefing
  • Review Declaration form and CAC Principals
  • Request approval from Board
2

Declare

  • Have the Chairman of the Board or CEO sign the Declaration form
  • Start forming a working team
  • Attend CAC Road to Certify or SME Clinic briefing sessions
  • Become familiar with our 71 Checklists or 17 Checklists
3

Develop

  • Perform corruption risk assessments.
  • Develop and establish controls
  • Create and implement policies and procedures
  • Train management and employees
  • Install whistleblowing channels
  • Communicate policies to all stakeholders
  • Attend optional CAC hands-on training: Anti-Corruption Practical Guide (ACPG), Corruption Risk and Control (CRC) Workshop and/or Working Paper Course
4

Certify

  • Obtain sign-off from Audit Committee or Independent Auditor
  • Obtain sign-off from CAC trained Independent Auditors (SMEs)
  • Submit checklist documents within 18 months deadline after Declaration or 3-6 months before the 3-year renewal deadline
  • Request certification fee invoice from CAC and make payment

Decide  

Becoming CAC Signatory companies or CAC member is easier than you think. It starts from knowing who we are and what we stand for. During this process, you should attend our free Road to Certify (for Large Companies) and SME Executive Briefing (for SMEs) sessions to help understand why your company should join CAC, our working principles, your roles & responsibilities and the overall process of joining CAC.

Declare  

Declare: Becoming our Signatory Company is the gateway to CAC certification. By signing the Declaration, you will get access to our free Road to Certify and SME Clinic briefing sessions and join our community of members that can share knowledge and experience. 

Develop

  

Developing an effective anti-corruption program in your organization is just like building an immune system to prevent bribery. A good anti-corruption program helps safe guard the company and its employees from legal, financial, reputational implications. Reviewing CAC’s 71 checklists or 17 checklists is a great starting point to assess how much work needs to be done. The core elements are the corruption risk assessment, establishing key controls / monitoring and developing policy.

Certify  

Our certification criteria is based on the completeness of your document. Making the key content in your document stand out will help us find what we look for.

Companies that have been certified by CAC will have 3 years until a re-certification is required.