Implementing an anti-corruption management system
The implementation of an anti-corruption management system starts with a diagnosis followed by an analysis of the risks of corruption and collusion. We help you analyze your existing systems through our independent lenses and assist you in building a system that is adapted to your reality.
When supporting the implementation of an anti-corruption management system, we adapt various prevention mechanisms to the needs of your organization thus being careful not to add an unnecessary burden to the systems already in place. To do so, we make sure we understand your organization.
Following our diagnosis, we will work with your team to prepare an action plan that fits organically into your operations. The integrity risk management exercise allows us to focus our efforts on the most sensitive areas. We develop and integrate wrongdoing prevention principles into existing systems such as:
- Internal rules and politics;
- Organizational structures;
- Document management systems;
- Training and workshops;
- Internal and external communications;
- Operational procedures;
- Internal and external audits;
- Management review;
- Treatment of non-compliance issues;
- Continuous improvement.
An important element of this implementation concerns communicating at every level the changes occurring in the organization. We pay a very close attention to this.
Our expertise in applied ethics supports the sustainability of anti-corruption management systems. We are working to ensure that the changes to your processes allow your work team to continuously exercise the ethical competence they achieved during implementation.