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TI Exporting Corruption Report 2018: Report on the Enforcement of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention

Application Closing Date - 15 Dec 2017

Job Start Date - 10 Jan, 2018

Duration - 10 January – 30 June 2018

Location - Remote is possible


The 1997 OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions (OECD Anti-Bribery Convention) is a landmark agreement establishing an international framework and standards for collective efforts to stem the “supply side” of corruption coming from the main exporting and investing countries.

For eleven years TI has prepared Progress Reports intended to provide an annual assessment of enforcement in OECD Convention signatory states. The latest was published in 2015.

The Consultant will assist in the preparation of the TI Exporting Corruption Report 2018 the twelfth annual report of the series, covering foreign bribery enforcement in the 43 parties to the Convention in 2017 in a structure comparable to the previous reports. In addition, the consultant will assist with the preparation of 2 country reports on foreign bribery enforcement by countries that are not parties to the Convention (China and Chinese Taipei). The reports will cover cross-cutting issues to be selected by TI chapters.

The Consultant’s main responsibilities are collecting (ensuring timely delivery and quality) 43 country assessments from the experts/National Chapters, checking the quantitative and qualitative content provided by them, editing their country reports, scoring the enforcement efforts of the countries based on information on investigation and cases and doing the same for the 2 non-Convention countries distilling the content of the questionnaire into ‘Country Reports’.

More specifically the Consultant will assist / engage in / provide:



Application and contact information

Please email your application package by 15 December 2017 close of business, with “Exporting Corruption Report” in the subject line to gdell@transparency.org

The application should include the following:

Transparency International e.V. (Secretariat), (TI-S) is registered as a Business Entity in Germany with VAT identification number DE273612486. In order to determine the Value Added Tax (VAT) implications of this tender, we kindly request that the Consultants fill out the VAT Form for Tenders/Vendor Form (instructions inside the form) and submit the completed and duly signed form along with their email application.

The link to the VAT Form for Tenders/Vendor Form is available below.

Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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