The seminars are an OECD initiative, carried out in partnership with Deloitte CIS and financed by the Siemens Integrity Initiative. They provide a forum for discussion and sharing of OECD and international expertise on issues relative to business integrity and corporate governance, with a special focus on the local situation and challenges in Russia. Each session is supported by tailored OECD research and other material relevant to the topic area. The seminars are conducted by experts from the OECD, international community and Russia, as well as corporate representatives from Russia and beyond.
Interacting with the public procurement system in Russia: good practices and guidance to fight bid-rigging
Moscow, 6 February 2018
Procurement is a high-risk area for companies and public entities alike, notably due to the sums of money involved as well as the interaction required with third or counterparties for the execution of related transactions. This seminar will allow company representatives to explore particular risks and opportunities presented through engagement in procurement and contracting with the state. The seminar will firstly look at international guidance on integrity in public procurement and establishing a level playing field through anti-trust and competition law. Secondly, the seminar will allow participants to delve deeper into innovative practices, including those that Russian companies use, to minimize corruption risk in the process.
Interested participants are invited to register at the link below for either location: Moscow (6 February) or Kazan (7 February).
Anti-corruption and prevention of bribery of foreign public officials, 5 July 2016
G20/OECD Principles of Corporate Governance (also available in Russian)
OECD Guidelines on Corporate Governance of State-Owned Enterprises (also available in Russian)
Business Integrity in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (OECD, 2016) (also available in Russian)
OECD Foreign Bribery Report (OECD, 2014) (also available in Russian)