Measuring the cost of corruption

Evert Jan Lammers posted on 08/10/2013 in Fraud Headlines

OLAF's study "Identifying and reducing corruption in public procurement in the EU"  was published on October 1st, 2013. Its main findings can be found in the Abstract and in the Executive Summary at the beginning of the study. The methodology includes an overview of 27 red flags for corruption in public procurement.

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