Fraud and Corruption: A Guide to the World Bank’s Contractor Sanctions Process - Government Contract Magazine

    4 January 2006

    John Oberdorfer and Andrew Friedman of Patton Boggs LLP discuss the process used by the World Bank to investigate and sanction contractors hired by countries to perform development projects, and they offer suggestions for companies on how to avoid fraud and corruption charges in the contracting process and steps to take in the event a contractor is so accused.

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    Reprinted with permission from Government Contract Magazine.