Probity & Managing Procurement: How to Avoid Corrupting the Process
Provides those exposed to procurement processes with the essential information to understand the statutory, policy and good practice requirements of probity and ethics in both the public and private sectors.
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This work provides those exposed to procurement processes with the essential information to understand the statutory, policy and good practice requirements of probity and ethics in both the public and private sectors. The book discusses the nature and role of probity consultants with respect to issues such as professional privilege, confidentiality, process integrity, conflict of interest, corruption, behaviour, transparency and access to information.
Table of contents
- The ethics environment
- Probity in government
- Commercial probity
- Conflict of interest
- Ethical practices in tenders and contracts
- Planning for probity in tenders and contracts
- Probity services
- Administrative law: its effect on the tendering process
- International probity