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Corruption in all of its forms, including extortion and bribery, will not be tolerated.

  1. Recognize that corruption has ethical and, in many cases, legal dimensions that impact decisions and behavior of supply professionals and the organizations for which they work.

  2. Understand, be diligent and defend against corrupt practices within the organization, with suppliers and through the supply chain.

  3. Understand the need to guard against extortion and bribery within the organization, with suppliers and throughout the supply chain.

  4. Embed appropriate internal controls and oversight into business practices.

Other Resources:

  • International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) provides a forum for businesses and other organizations to examine and understand major shifts in the world economy, and offers an influential and respected channel for supplying business leadership to help governments manage those shifts in a collaborative manner for the benefit of the world economy as a whole. ICC is a pioneer in helping companies develop their own approach to supply chain responsibility and to fight corruption, by developing and issuing a suite of publications, private sector rules, guidelines and other tools as guidance in this regard.

  • The United Nations Global Compact is a strategic policy initiative for businesses that are committed to aligning their operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.