Rebuilding Ukraine Corruption Free

Відбудова України без корупції

Vidbudova Ukrayiny bez koruptsiyi

 

Around the globe, countries are making big investments in infrastructure, whether to rebuild after disasters, boost economies, or improve climate resilience. Using scarce resources efficiently and effectively is crucial, but we know construction is hard for citizens and public officials to monitor. Because of the scale of effort required for post-war recovery, Ukraine will have to lead the way in developing new and better systems for high performance.

Here are some resources for those who seek to help. Resource language is noted in parentheses unless available only in English (Ukrainian)

Overview

Corruption in Construction and Post-Conflict Reconstruction, Transparency International 2005

Draft Recovery Plan. The National Council for the Recovery of Ukraine from the Consequences of the War

Corruption and Private Sector Investment in Ukraine’s Postwar Reconstruction

BlackRock Coordination Support to Ukraine

 

Who’s Who

ACREC (Ukrainian)

Rise Ukraine  

Ukraine National Agency on Corruption Prevention  

ProZorro Ukraine (open procurement system) 

Dozorro  

Open Contracting Partnership 

BRDO (Better Regulation Delivery Office)

Basel Institute on Governance 

Open Ownership  

 

ISO Standards

37001: 2016 Anti-bribery management systems  

ISO 9001 – Quality management (infrastructure 7.01.03)   

37153:2017 Smart community infrastructures  (under development)

37000:2021 Governance of organizations 

37002:2021 Whistleblowing management systems 

309 Governance of organizations 

 

Other emerging international standards

GIH (2021) Reference Guide. Connectivity Across Borders: Global Practices for Cross-Border Infrastructure Projects 

Pyman (2021) Curbing Corruption in Construction, Public Works & Infrastructure: Sector Experience 

OECD (2022), The Blue Dot Network: A proposal for a global certification framework for quality infrastructure investment, 

G20 (2019), G20 Principles for Quality Infrastructure Investment

IMF (2015), Making public investment more efficient

OECD (2021), Towards a global certification framework for quality infrastructure investment: Private sector and civil society perspectives on the Blue Dot Network

OECD (2020), OECD Recommendation on the Governance of Infrastructure,

OECD (2021), "Procurement strategy in major infrastructure projects: Piloting a new approach in Norway", OECD Public Governance Policy Papers, No. 06, OECD Publishing, Paris

OECD (2017), Getting Infrastructure Right: A framework for better governance, OECD Publishing, Paris

Anti-Corruption Ethics and Compliance Handbook for Business 

OECD (2016), High-Level Principles for Integrity, Transparency and Effective Control of Major Events and Related Infrastructure

The Project Anti-Corruption System (PACS):  PACS is a management system designed to assist in the prevention and detection of corruption on infrastructure projects

U.S. Department of State website (n.d.), Blue Dot Network
 

Other resources

Construction Trends and Forecasts in Ukraine (report 2021 by GlobalData)  

Curbing Fraud, Corruption, and Collusion in the Roads Sector, World Bank 2011  

Sohail, M. and Cavill, S.  (2006) Combating corruption in infrastructure services: A tool-kit: A Toolkit. WEDC, Loughborough University, UK

U4 (2010) Programmatic approaches to address corruption in the construction sector

OECD, Fighting Bid Rigging in Public Procurement

Reconstruction Governance (under construction)

 

Selected Articles and Reports

 

Bibliography  - papers on specialized topics