Tools

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Integrity Action Plan. A handbook for practitioners in defence establishments (2014)
While there are innumerable cases of reported corruption in the defence sector worldwide, there is very little scientific research and few specially designed instruments to help ministries and governments prevent and reduce the risk of corruption. This handbook aims at helping practitioners in defence establishments produce real and lasting change by developing an Integrity Action Plan. The book will guide you through all the necessary steps – from the planning stage to the actual drafting of the plan to practical implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
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The NATO Building Integrity Self Assessment Questionnaire and Peer Review Process

The NATO handbook is a diagnostic tool to help nations find strengths and weaknesses of their defence and integrity system. This handbook contains the questionnaire, guidance on organising the process in-country, a sample note that can be used to brief the Defence Minister or Head of the Armed Forces to introduce the process, and an outline of the format of the visit by the NATO review team.
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DCAF: A Compendium of Best Practices

The compendium focuses on concepts and tools which can ensure good practices in defence management and policy through integrity building. Designed primarily as an introduction and reference tool for defence personnel, civilians in the defence sphere, democratic institutions, and civil society will also find materials on integrity building and anti-corruption measures which are relevant to their own security governance activities.
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Transparency International: Government Defence Anti-Corruption Index 2013
The Government Defence Anti-Corruption Index offers a comprehensive review of corruption risk and corruption vulnerability in defence ministries and armed forces. It offers governments, armed forces, civil society organisations, and citizens detailed knowledge and understanding of the corruption risks in their national defence and security establishments. The Index covers 82 countries.


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Transparency International: Raising the bar

The defence sector faces unique risks to corruption due to high-value contracts, requests for official secrecy, and close government interaction on the buyer and seller side. This Transparency International report presents examples of good practice by defence companies.
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The Norwegian Ministry of Defence: Ethical guidelines for contact with business and industry sector

In this document, the Norwegian Ministry of Defence presents guidelines for contact with business and industry sector. The main purpose is to spell out in a practical way what conduct is acceptable and expected of all employees in the defence sector with regard to contact with business and industry. It also clarifies what conduct is unacceptable and the consequences that breaching current standards of conduct may entail.
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The Norwegian Ministry of Defence: Action Plan on Attitudes, Ethics and Leadership

The Action Plan for Attitudes, Ethics and Leadership, issued by the Norwegian Ministry of Defence, is focusing on the development of attitudes, ethical awareness, leadership and organisational culture in the Norwegian defence sector.
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The Norwegian Ministry of Defence: Core Values of Norway’s Defence Sector
Core values are vital to achieving organisational goals, and as a means of placing ethics on the agenda. In this document, the core values of the Norwegian defence sector are laid out. Openness, broadmindedness, respect, responsibility and courage are the core values. They reflect a standard which all employees should strive to attain. It is intended to bring together, commit and raise awareness. As stated in the document, values and ethical conduct are intrinsic to the daily operations and goals for the defence sector.


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UNODC: E-learning tool on the Fight Against Corruption

A joint product of the UN Global Compact and the UN Office of Drugs and Crimes. This e-learning tool uses six interactive modules to enhance the audience’s understanding of the UN Convention Against Corruption and the role of the private sector. The target group of the tool is everyone who acts on behalf of the company.