The Business at OECD (BIAC) Anti-Corruption Committee supports OECD efforts to fight against bribery and corruption to ensure integrity and a global level playing field. The OECD Anti–Bribery Convention and the monitoring mechanisms put in place have positioned the OECD as a leading institution in the international fight against corruption. Working towards the effective implementation of the commitments under the Convention and seeking continued expansion of adherence – including major emerging economies – are key to creating a global level playing field. Click here to read the latest Activity Update.
Business Engagement At OECD
The Committee provides active input to the implementation of the OECD Anti–Bribery Convention and contributes the business voice to consultations with the OECD Working Group on Bribery, the OECD Anti-Corruption and Integrity Forum and other relevant OECD meetings, which deal with the issues of bribery and corruption. Business works with the OECD to encourage further activities that create opportunities for responsible business and recognize the need for joint action by business and government in the fight against corruption. Business at OECD is also an active contributor to B20–related activities.
The Anti–Corruption Committee primarily contributes to the work of the following OECD bodies:
- OECD Working Group on Bribery
- OECD Anti–Corruption and Integrity Forum