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Posts Tagged: e-government

Practical tips for resisting bribe demands

Bribe demands place tremendous pressure on employees and company compliance controls, testing resolve and exploiting systemic weaknesses. Compliance officers should work to implement proactive policies to deter bribe demands and equip employees with strategies to sidestep improper requests.Continue Reading

Gemma Aiolfi: How companies can use e-government as a compliance tool

Earlier this year, the Basel Institute on Governance asked FCPA Blog readers about your perceptions on whether and how e-governance reduces corruption. Thanks to those of you who answered, we are pleased to share with you the results of our anonymous web survey published today in a new report entitled New Perspectives on E-Government and the Prevention of Corruption.… Continue Reading

Does e-government reduce corruption? Take the survey

Do e-government and digital technologies really help to prevent corruption? Companies appear to believe that they do — but what’s your view?

E-government such as e-procurement, e-customs, e-tax filing and e-sourcing aim to promote efficient and clean business.… Continue Reading