Control the risk of corruption in the public purchasing cycle.

AFA publishes a guide with keys to adapt the prevention tools made compulsory by the Sapin2 law to the purchasing profession.

At each stage of the purchasing cycle, the most frequently encountered risks are identified and associated with anti-corruption measures as well as best practices to limit them.

It provides a toolbox for drawing up a risk map and an anti-corruption code of conduct as well as reflex sheets to prevent and deal with sensitive situations.

The aim of this guide is to support public actors in the development, implementation and deployment of a corruption prevention system, as well as all co-contracting actors.

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