Fraud and Transparency


The supply chain is the one area that is very vulnerable to fraud and corruption therefore it’s important for procurement to provide transparency and implement measures to prevent fraud and investigate any irregularities.

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Date: Monday, June 30, 2014

Over 90 individuals and 30 organisations involved so far

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CIPS UK responds to draft Modern Slavery Bill

Date: Wednesday, April 09, 2014

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Introduction to Procurement - Two days

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Wednesday 13 December 2017

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Cliftons (Sydney)

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Members - £1540.00 per person
Non-members - £1980.00 per person

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