Various organisations have developed recommended good practice for anti-corruption management systems.
The Global Infrastructure Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC) has published various anti-corruption management systems with supporting tools designed for:
- Government departments
- Project owners
- Construction and engineering companies
- Infrastructure projects
Transparency International's Business Principles for Countering Bribery
Transparency International has produced, in conjunction with several leading international organisations, a suite of documents designed to assist organisations to implement and manage an effective anti-bribery system.
- Business Principles for Countering Bribery is an anti-bribery code that organisations can either adopt or use to benchmark against their own systems.
- The Six Step Implementation Process guides organisations through the various stages of developing, implementing and monitoring their own anti-bribery systems.
- The Guidance Document provides background and clarification to the Business Principles, and assists organisations in implementing or reviewing their anti-bribery programmes.
International Federation of Consulting Engineers’ (FIDIC) Business Integrity Management System
FIDIC has published its Business Integrity Management System (BIMS), which is designed to help businesses deal with integrity risks.