Curbing Corruption in Public Procurement: A Practical Guide

Filed under - Public procurement

Report published 24 July 2014
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This guide provides government officials, businesses and civil society with a practical introduction to the risks of corruption in public procurement. It outlines key principles and minimum standards which, when respected, can protect public contracting from corruption.

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