Energy and Transport Sector Integrity Working Group
ABB, Alstom, Bombardier, GE, Siemens
Facilitator: Basel Institute on Governance
No longer active
The members of this group aim to develop anti-corruption initiatives in the countries in which they operate.
These initiatives may:
- establish corruption reporting mechanisms
- promote public-private partnership initiatives to reduce supply and demand of illicit payments in the context of public procurement
- enhance awareness and respect for strict anti-bribery principles
Recognising the fundamentally destructive nature of corruption and bribery on societies, economies and businesses, and in support of their companies’ unconditional commitment and strict policies against corruption and bribery in all their business dealings, the members of the Working Group on Integrity in Energy and Transport aim to collaborate to develop anti-corruption initiatives in countries in which they operate. Such initiatives may include supporting the establishment, by governments, of corruption reporting mechanisms, the promotion of public-private initiatives to reduce both the supply and the demand of illicit payments in the context of public procurement, or the joint outreach to their suppliers and other third parties with a view to enhancing awareness and respect for strict anti-bribery principles in their business environments.