Taking a more comprehensive approach to targeting fraud and corruption, INT provides World Bank Group staff and clients with guidance on how to build preventive measures into projects.
The Preventive Services Unit (PSU), working in partnership with operational teams, turns the unique knowledge gained from INT investigations into practical measures that can deter or stop corruption in World Bank Group-financed projects.
This is a study by investigators, for investigators. It focuses not on the big picture but on the small details. It follows a typical procurement process and details the corrupt negotiations and transactions that take place and that have been discovered during investigations. It reports on indicators at all stages that investigators should look for and act on.
This report covers global corruption trends in the roads sector and includes recommendations based on the experience of developed and developing countries. It draws from what INT has learned from its investigations of World Bank Group-financed roads projects; borrowing country governments' investigations and reports; and the experience of developed countries.
The biennial meetings of the World Bank Group's International Corruption Hunters Alliance (ICHA) brings more than 350 members of the Alliance to Washington, D.C. to discuss cutting-edge issues and tactics for combatting corruption. Attendees include attorneys general, chief prosecutors and senior government officials from anti-corruption and development agencies from more than 130 countries.
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