Collection of data on the enforcement of the OECD Anti-Corruption Convention since its entry into force
The purpose of this activity is to show, in a quantified way, how the OECD Anti-Corruption Convention has been enforced by its 38 Parties since its entry into force ten years ago.
Objectives and outputs
A first round of collection of enforcement data has been carried out by the Anti-Corruption Division and discussions on the data so far collected have taken place before the Working Group on Bribery. The Anti-Corruption Division is currently finalising its analysis of the data so far collected as well as refining, where needed, certain data, in order to prepare a proposal of presentation and format of the data, for discussion at the March 2010 meeting of the Working Group on Bribery. The objective is to have an agreement of the Working Group on a publication at the March meeting, with the hope to publish the data in the spring 2010.
Non-member countries involved in the activity:
Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Estonia, Israel, Slovenia, South Africa.
Main Developments for 2010
The Anti-Corruption Division expects to finalise the collection of data and make a proposal of presentation and format of the data for the discussion by the Working Group on Bribery at the March 2010 meeting, with the objective to publish data in the spring 2010.