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Protecting Procurement Systems from Abuse – Government and Private Sector Approaches
This Anti-Corruption Law Program Seminar will provide an opportunity for participants in an interactive session with our experienced panel to explore measures that can be used to protect purchasing organizations and procurement suppliers from unethical or illegal conduct in the operation of procurement processes. Substantial financial losses can arise from the many abuses that can be associated with procurement, and non-compliance with relevant regulations can result in significant penalties. These potential abuses include money laundering, fraud, bid rigging, kickbacks, corruption, cronyism and other kinds of favoritism in violation of anti-competition legislation. Our expert panel will consider the areas of potential wrong doing that may arise within the procurement systems, and will provide practical advice to mitigate the risks of those issues from the perspectives of both the government and private sectors.

Feb 26, 2021 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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