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Project Overview
 

Location:

Mexico City, Mexico

Date:

beginning 01/04/2015

In Q1 2015, Mexico is set to approve a major Anticorruption Reform, such changes to the Law, which will have to be implemented, dramatically increase both the scale and scope of the activities under the remit of the Supreme Auditor of the Federation (ASF). In order to fulfil its mandate, the ASF has taken the decision to establish, train, certify, regulate and supervise new highly specialized anti-corruption units within the competent control entities in each of Mexico’s 32 States.

The technical assistance project has been designed to facilitate this process and assist the ASF to bridge critical knowledge and skill gaps considered necessary to incorporate international best practices.

During two, three-day capacity building seminars, GovRisk experts will provide tailored consultancy in areas such as: the introduction of systems which incentivise and facilitate complaints by contractors and suppliers; setting up of systems to supervise internal controls; measures to promote and ensure the integrity of the officials employed in the Unit; inter-institutional information sharing; the use of technology in investigations and the development of best practice methodology to detect, investigate and prosecute cases of fraud, corruption and collusion in public procurement, among others.

For more information please contact mark.willcock@govrisk.org.

 
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