Anticorruption and Integrity
In the Spotlight
ADB is updating its Anticorruption Policy to address tax secrecy, tax evasion, and aggressive forms of tax planning—collectively referred to as “tax integrity issues”—in the wake of recent global developments. Read the working paper.
Results of an assessment of the procurement and contract implementation of a project in Uzbekistan are presented in this report by ADB's Office of Anticorruption and Integrity (OAI).
This report presents findings from a project procurement-related review (PPRR) of a road improvement project in Tajikistan by ADB's Office of Anticorruption and Integrity.
Through its investigative, advisory, knowledge-sharing, and sanctioning mandates, the OAI serves as the focal point of the ADB's anticorruption efforts to ensure that project funds are not diverted from their intended activities and beneficiaries.
Fighting Fraud and Corruption in ADB Projects
The Office of Anticorruption and Integrity (OAI) is the designated focal point of contact for allegations of fraud or corruption pertaining to ADB-related activities or staff members.
OAI’s mandate is underpinned by ADB’s zero tolerance for corruption. It is aligned with ADB’s broader commitment to combat corruption and improve governance as a core strategic objective of ADB Strategy 2020, and the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness of 2005—to which ADB is a signatory—in support of effective, transparent, and accountable aid.
In carrying out OAI’s activities, the head and authorized staff members have unrestricted access to (and may have temporary possession or control of) information and records relating to all ADB activities, personnel, and physical property.
920(15 Sep 2016) firms currently debarred by ADB
662(15 Sep 2016) individuals currently debarred by ADB