GoodCorporation’s Anti-Bribery and Corruption Framework can be used to design, build, embed or evaluate anti-corruption policies and procedures.
Based on international best practice, the framework incorporates guidance from the OECD, the US Department of Justice, the UK Ministry of Justice, Transparency International and the Basel Institute of Governance, as well as our own experience of assessing and measuring effective anti-corruption procedures.
All major corruption risks are covered by the framework which identifies the management practices needed to embed robust anti-corruption procedures into an organisation. These practices are grouped according to the six core principles outlined in international guidance:
- Top-level commitment
- Communication and training
- Risk assessment
- Due diligence
- Key business functions
- Compliance and monitoring
The practices apply to any business or organisation. For companies that already have their own anti-corruption policy, or share an industry-wide one, the framework can be customised to suit particular requirements. It can be used at both headquarters and site level.
GoodCorporation’s Anti-bribery & Corruption Framework can be used to:
- Build an effective ABC compliance programme
- Test the adequacy of existing procedures
- Assist with demonstrating improvement for companies facing prosecution or debarment
- Assist with preparing for certification against ISO37001