Learning Review: Integrity Pacts for public procurement
Integrity Pacts are a tool developed by Transparency International to facilitate greater civil society oversight of public procurement processes and thereby increase transparency and reduce opportunities for corruption. After two decades of experience, this report reviews the experiences of working with this tool as a learning process in order to help further improve and strengthen the tool and broaden its application into the future.
This review assesses the design and implementation of Integrity Pacts according to their effectiveness and impact, sustainability, and flexibility and replicability. The review prioritizes Integrity Pacts in the EU Member States and aims to identify how the model can be carried out efficiently and best adapted to various contexts and needs.
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