The Basics of Integrity in Procurement. A Guidebook
Given the large and increasing quantity of research on anti-corruption in procurement, practitioners need to keep updated on the most current advice, guidelines, tools and debates. This guide builds a comprehensive overview that is suitable for practical use based on the latest available research contributions.
The guide is intended to help donors to better understand the corruption risk associated with procurement, and to identify appropriate safeguards which will mitigate and help manage these risks.
The guide presents the most relevant current advice given to practitioners from the leading institutions about anti-corruption measures in procurement.
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Users of the guide are encouraged to provide comments and case examples for the development of updated versions of the guide.
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