Update of AFA recommendations: opening of public consultation

On December 22, 2017, the French Anti-Corruption Agency published its first recommendations intended to help all legal persons governed by public and private law to implement a mechanism for preventing and detecting corruption, in accordance with article 3-2 ° of Law No. 2016-1691 of 9 December 2016 on transparency, the fight against corruption and the modernization of economic life.

After three years of activity and drawing lessons from its advisory and control missions, AFA is now engaged in a process of updating its recommendations. The latter participate in the implementation of France's international commitments in the fight against breaches of probity and constitute the French anti-corruption framework. In order to involve the actors concerned in the development of these measures, the Agency has decided to launch a public consultation.

The draft recommendations are available today. For ease of reading, the document is presented in three distinct sections that can be viewed by clicking on the links below:

>> Consult the section relating to the anti-corruption repository common to all stakeholders

>> Consult the section relating to the anti-corruption framework specifically applicable to companies

>> Consult the section relating to the anti-corruption framework specifically applicable to public actors

Contributions are expected at the following address: consultation.afa@afa.gouv.fr

The consultation will end on November 16, 2020.

The final recommendations, taking into account the observations received during the consultation period, published in the official journal of the French Republic, will be posted on the website of the French Anti-Corruption Agency.

https://www.agence-francaise-anticorruption.gouv.fr/fr/mise-jour-des-recommandations-lafa-ouverture-consultation-publique

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