Anticorruption and Integrity
In the Spotlight
The proactive integrity review of the Water Resources Development Investment Program - Project 1 in Afghanistan presents ADB’s recommendations to mitigate vulnerabilities and integrity risks in the project’s procurement, financial management, and contract implementation.
ADB is promoting innovation and efficiency to enhance its anticorruption efforts by streamlining case management and expediting the assessment of complaints and completion of investigations, according to the Office of Anticorruption and Integrity 2019 Annual Report. Download the report and see mobile version.
This follow-up review report of an education project in Indonesia presents ADB’s assessment and validation of the implementing agency’s actions to carry out proactive integrity review recommendations.
ADB’s Office of the Auditor General Promotes Digital Technology for Internal Audits, Shares Knowledge
ADB's Office of the Auditor General (OAG) jumps onto the digital technology train to conduct internal audit of ADB projects and share knowledge.
Fighting Fraud and Corruption in ADB Projects
威廉希尔体育ADB is entrusted with public funds to help achieve its vision of a prosperous, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable Asia and Pacific region. The Office of Anticorruption and Integrity (OAI) leads the integrity initiatives of ADB through the conduct of investigations, proactive integrity reviews, integrity due diligence, and knowledge-sharing with ADB’s stakeholders.
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 an operational priority of ADB Strategy 2030.
In the strategy, ADB reiterates that the ability of countries to develop resilience from disasters and economic shocks stems from institutions and governance, free from corruption and other integrity violations. Through transparent, effective, and accountable aid, ADB seeks sustainable and inclusive paths toward sustainable growth and poverty reduction.
1,337 (as of 31 May 2020) Firms currently debarred by ADB
822 (as of 31 May 2020) Individuals currently debarred by ADB