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|9 Oct 2010||
This publication is comprised of the two Asian Development Bank (ADB) documents: Integrity Principles and Guidelines (May 2010) and the Anticorruption Policy (July 1998). ADB's Office of Anticorruption and Integrity investigates allegations of fraud, corruption, coercive practice, collusive practice, conflict of interest, obstructive practice, and related misconduct in ADB-financed...
|26 Jul 2010||
At the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of ADB in Tashkent from 1 to 4 May 2010, the President of ADB announced that ADB would undertake a joint Board Management review of its Accountability Mechanism. A joint Board and Management Working Group has been established for this purpose. The objective of the review will be to examine the scope for improvements in the Accountability...
|25 Apr 2010||
At the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of ADB in Tashkent in May 2010, the President of ADB announced that ADB would undertake a joint Board Management review of its Accountability Mechanism. This information sheet summarizes the background, objectives and consultation plan for the policy review process. (Accountability Mechanism Documents, Accountability mechanisms, ADB...
|4 Apr 2010||
This Lao translation of the publication defines the policies and procedures of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for selecting, contracting, and monitoring consultants required for loan and technical assistance (TA) projects financed in whole or in part by loans from ADB, grants by ADB, or funds administered by ADB. No...
|4 Apr 2010||
This Lao translation of the publication serves to inform those carrying out a project that is financed in whole or in part by a loan from the Asian Development Bank (ADB), ADB-financed grant, or ADB-administered funds, of the policies that govern the procurement of goods, works and services required for the project. No...
|24 Feb 2010||
ADB launched a review in February 2010 to assess the effectiveness of the Public Communications Policy implementation and to recommend changes as necessary. This timeline outlines the review process involving a wide range of external stakeholders, including government officials, civil society organizations, affected people, private sector, academia, media, international organizations, and...
|25 Sep 2010||
In May 2003, ADB approved a new accountability mechanism (AM) to replace the previous 1995 Inspection Function. The mechanism was established to provide better access for people adversely affected by the ADBassisted projects to voice and seek solutions to their problems and also report alleged violations of ADB’s operational policies and procedures...
|24 Sep 2010||
ADB is conducted a comprehensive review of its PCP in 2010. Reviewing the policy every five years is a mandatory requirement. The review will assess how the overall objectives stated in the PCP are being achieved and recommend changes to the current policy to make it more effective. The review process will also ensure that the PCP reflects lessons learned...