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Managing Conflict of Interest in the Public Service

OECD Guidelines and Country Experiences

Published on January 12, 2004

Also available in: Spanish, French

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Governments need to ensure that public officials perform their duties in a fair and unbiased way. The pressure comes from a society and a business community that are increasingly well-informed, and specifically from a general demand for unbiased and transparent public decision-making. The OECD Guidelines for Managing Conflict of Interest in the Public Service provide the first international benchmark in this field. They help governments review and modernise their conflict-of-interest policies in the public sector. The report highlights trends, approaches and models across OECD countries in a comparative overview that also presents examples of innovative and recent solutions. Selected country case studies give more details on the implementation of policies in national contexts and on key elements of legal and institutional frameworks.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

OECD Guidelines for Managing Conflict of Interest in the Public Service
Managing Conflict of Interest. A Comparative Overview of OECD Countries
The Experiences of OECD Countries
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POST-PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT

Reviews the measures taken in OECD countries to avoid conflict of interest when officials leave public office.

 

REPORT ON IMPLEMENTATION

Highlights the progress made in managing conflict of interest in the public service in OECD countries.

 

TOOLKIT

Provides generic examples and practical ideas and instruments for policy-makers and managers in the area of conflict of interest.

   

OECD SUPPORT

The OECD supports countries in various ways to strengthen their conflict-of-interest framework including

  • Integrity Reviews, which usually have a chapter on conflict of interest. See all the reviews here.
  • Capacity-building: OECD experts can provide training and workshops around the topic, varying from developing effective mechanisms to managing conflict of interest, awareness-raising, etc.

 

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For more information contact GOVIntegrity@oecd.org.