Other Tools

This section contains a collection of toolkits produced by various organisations for clients and/or members. As these toolkits were developed according to in-house sets of criteria the content of each toolkit varies.

Integrity Pact - A powerful tool for clean bidding
(Source: Transparency International)

The Integrity Pact is a tool to help governments, businesses and civil society fight corruption in public contracting. It includes an agreement between a government or government department and all bidders for a public sector contract. The pact sets out rights and obligations to the effect that neither side will pay, offer, demand or accept bribes, or collude with competitors to obtain the contract, or while carrying it out. In addition, bidders are required to disclose all commissions and similar expenses paid by them to anybody in connection with the contract. If violations occur, sanctions apply.

The pact has shown itself to be adaptable to many legal settings and is flexible in its application.

(Source: ICC, UNGC, TI and WEF)

The RESIST document assists companies in resisting extortion and solicitation in international transactions. It is meant as a training tool to create employee awareness and stimulate open discussions about realistic, ethical responses to dilemmas in the public procurement and project implementation process. Companies that participated in the design process of this tool have identified 7 scenarios, illustrating a range of possible solicitation situations during procurement processes. Two key issues are addressed in detail, in each scenario: How to prevent the dema+nd from being made and how to react if the demand is made.

Combating Business Participation in Corruption in Mozambique
(Source: ACIS)

The Associação Comercial e Industrial de Sofala (Commercial and Industrial Association of Sofala - ACIS) is a business association representing commercial and industrial enterprises in the Sofala Province of Mozambique. This comprehensive publication covers a collection of tools and information for companies, sometimes related to global factors, sometimes related to the specific situation in Mozambique. The tools cover:

  • Template of an Employee Code of Ethics
  • A Supplier Code of Ethics
  • A Code of Business Principles
  • A set of seven Case Studies, including key questions for Training & Discussion
  • Ways to use the existing (Mozambican) legislation to combat corruption
  • Useful contacts (in Mozambique)

There is comprehensive information on multi-stakeholder round table discussions, Mozambican anti-corruption law and the strategy of the Mozambican government. The document also contains private sector experiences, international conventions, international initiatives and comparative frameworks, which summarise fundamental issues necessary for anti-corruption to be effective.