Tackling Bribe Solicitation Using the High-Level Reporting Mechanism for Preventing Bribery
This study by the OECD focuses on the ingredients for a successful High-Level Reporting Mechanism (HLRM) to tackle bribery solicitation and other reports of unfair business practices in public tenders.
It covers the methodology and scope of HLRMs, explores its use cases and looks at case studies in Colombia, Argentina, Ukraine and Peru. It then covers 9 key ingredients to the successful implementation of a HLRM.
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Developed by the Basel Institute on Governance, OECD and Transparency International, the…