UK Bribery Act
The Bribery Act has far reaching implications for all organisations. It is particularly important for the public sector as not only must there be no question of offences being committed under the Bribery Act by public sector bodies, but also in relation to the mandatory and/or discretionary grounds for candidates to be debarred from participation in public procurement tenders.
This page provides a non-exhaustive list of content relevant to those working in the UK public sector. Access our dedicated Bribery & corruption legal sub-topic for additional resources on this topic.
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Bribery and corruption: Hard graft (Article, 03 February 2016)
UK Bribery Act this specialist microsite looks in detail at the practical implications of the UK Bribery Act
Bribery and debarment from public procurement: the new directive (Article, 09 October 2014)
DPAs - Draft Code of Conduct Published (Article, 27 June 2013)
UK anti bribery and anti corruption review (Article, 22 January 2013)
Ministry of Justice publishes its response to DPA consultation: what you need to know (Article, 24 October 2012)
The UK Bribery Act - one year on (Article, 28 June 2012)
Commendations and concerns: OECD delivers mixed verdict on UK bribery enforcement (Article, 20 April 2012)
A British Standard for anti bribery procedures Article, 24 November 2011)
Who is a “public official” in Europe? (Article, 06 October 2011)
Bribery: developments in enforcement (Training video, 06 October 2011)
UK Bribery Act final guidance - what`s in it for you? (Article, 30 March 2011)
- Impact of Brexit
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