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Partnering Against Corruption
Deloitte currently serves as the advisor and knowledge partner to the World Economic Forum’s Partnering Against Corruption Initiative project. Throughout the lifecycle of this three-year project, Deloitte and the Forum collaborate to generate content and research critical to this topic. This page provides details on the WEF initiative as well as key project deliverables, perspectives from Deloitte leaders, and links to related eminence.
About the report
This report is aimed at all companies active along the engineering, construction and real estate value chain, including suppliers, contractors, project owners and developers. During its third year and last year, the project focused on Building Foundations for Trust and Integrity, and aimed at utilizing a digital diagnostic toolkit piloted in India and replicated in Mexico.
Building Foundations for Trust and Integrity, with its focus on Mexico has successfully adopted a solutions based approach to tackle both the demand and supply side of corruption by creating transparency in both transactions and processes at the state level. Mexico’s new National Anti-Corruption System demonstrates the capability of legal reform when civil society, private sector and public sector work collectively. However, Mexico’s government and institutions are at an important cross-road where public scrutiny demands sufficient resources to implement and enforce reforms required to validate stakeholder commitments.
This report introduces a conceptual framework, listing a number of key recommendations, grouped in enabling areas that have the potential to create deep behavioural change and successful policy and regulatory reforms. The recommendations have a broad reach and should be adopted by all stakeholder groups; however the results indicate that there are clear reasons why public-private cooperation is the most promising delivery modality to succeed in Mexico.
This year’s project outcomes are the direct result of a collaborative process with leaders from government, civil society and the private sector. In this regard, we would like to thank and acknowledge the fruitful collaboration with the government of Mexico and the Steering and Advisory Committees of this initiative who helped guiding this important work in collaboration with Deloitte.
Partnering Against Corruption - Mexico
Partnering Against Corruption Initiative Diagnostic tool
This online diagnostic tool works to advance the agenda for greater transparency within a country’s infrastructure and urban development industries. A front-end platform that seeks to inform stakeholders and interested parties about ongoing efforts, the tool provides a visual aggregation of data from various indices and rankings related to corruption and the ease of doing business. The tool was built to be replicated at various levels of government as well as across geographies. Currently the diagnostic tool addresses India and Mexico.
Access the tool here
Partnering Against Corruption Initiative Diagnostic
From real estate to technology, the scope and impact of corruption and transparency is significant and Deloitte has explored many of the issues and trends that are playing a role in this critical topic.
- Building Foundations Against Corruption: Recommendations on Anti-Corruption in the Infrastructure & Urban Development Industries
- Partnering Against Corruption Initiative - Infrastructure & Urban Development: Building Foundations for Transparency
- India Fraud Survey - Edition II, 2016
- Managing corruption risk in India: Anti-corruption compliance programs
- Digital India: Unlocking the trillion dollar opportunity
- 100 Smart cities in India: Facilitating implementation
- Mitigating the threat of fraud and corruption
- ‘Statement of Support’ for the Anti-Corruption Summit in London
- Technology Trends 2016: Innovating in the digital era: A public sector perspective
- Smart Cities: How rapid advances in technology are reshaping our economy and society
- Smart cities… Not just the sum of its parts
- Competitiveness: Catching the next wave - India
- Competitiveness: Catching the next wave - Mexico
- Bribery and Corruption Survey 2015 – Australia & New Zealand: Separate the wheat from the chaff