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articla2 100%

ABOUT ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management Systems Introduction It is the first international standard on anti-bribery management systems.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/09/19/articla2/

19/09/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Anti-Corruption and Bribery Policy 92%

ANTI–CORRUPTION AND BRIBERY POLICY 1.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/11/12/anti-corruption-and-bribery-policy/

12/11/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Click 4 Compliance Course Catalog 84%

After leaving Sun, Farzad continued to advise clients at the senior management level on international business operations and the complex compliance issues related to anti-bribery , as well as design and audit compliance programs, including training programs tailored to a variety of job levels, responsibilities and cultures.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/10/01/click-4-compliance-course-catalog/

01/10/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

Expose Questionnaires 81%

Do you incorporate into your Do you have contracts internal the right to procedures terminate to prevent employment bribery?

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2019/03/22/exposequestionnaires/

22/03/2019 www.pdf-archive.com

Peebles Stantec RFP Fraud (1) 74%

RFP Fraud + Taxpayer Fraud + MWBE Fraud + Minority Business Theft + Public Waste + Corruption + Bribery + Collusion Every dollar Peebles makes comes directly from taxpayers:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/01/26/peebles-stantec-rfp-fraud-1/

26/01/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Extraneous Consideration to select the VC of LNUPE 72%

Extraneous Consideration and Bribery to Pick and Choose Dr.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/07/18/extraneous-consideration-to-select-the-vc-of-lnupe/

18/07/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

Integres Verhalten en 71%

Integritätsberatung Seite 1 Bribery Rule:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/12/03/integres-verhalten-en/

03/12/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

Conditions for Admission into Ijet Global Network 60%

9 Anti-Corruption All vendors must sign iJET’s Vendor Business Conduct policy, pledging their compliance with anti-corruption and anti-bribery laws and regulations.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/01/31/conditions-for-admission-into-ijet-global-network/

31/01/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

Rules on Offering and Receiving Gifts and Entertainment 56%

(3) However, it is vital that such activities are not used for private purposes and that they cannot be construed as being bribes or constitute a breach of any laws or regulations concerning bribery or the acceptance of bribes.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/01/24/rules-on-offering-and-receiving-gifts-and-entertainment/

24/01/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

Orwell Handbook 53%

9 Home working......................................................................................................................................10 Working Parents ..................................................................................................................................10 Working Time Regulations ................................................................................................................10 Additional Employment......................................................................................................................11 Retirement ............................................................................................................................................12 FIRST WORKING DAY ........................................................................................................................13 Probation ..............................................................................................................................................13 Recruitment ..........................................................................................................................................13 Written Statement of Particulars of Employment ..........................................................................14 DRESS CODE.......................................................................................................................................15 SALARY AND WAGES .......................................................................................................................16 Overtime ...............................................................................................................................................16 Bonus ....................................................................................................................................................17 Commission .........................................................................................................................................17 Solicitations and Gifts ........................................................................................................................17 National Minimum Wage ....................................................................................................................17 HOLIDAYS ............................................................................................................................................18 Leave of absence for Public Duties .................................................................................................18 Special Leave .......................................................................................................................................19 APPRAISALS .......................................................................................................................................19 JOB SECURITY....................................................................................................................................19 Capability ..............................................................................................................................................20 Education and Training ......................................................................................................................20 Dignity at Work ....................................................................................................................................21 Disabled Workers ................................................................................................................................21 Employee Integrity ..............................................................................................................................22 Employee Purchases ..........................................................................................................................22 Whistle blowing ...................................................................................................................................23 Trade Union Membership ..................................................................................................................23 BRIBERY &

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/04/09/orwell-handbook/

09/04/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

illuminati 1 51%

PLEASE COPY THIS AND PASS IT ON (The “recent times” Illuminati was started in the 1770’s with Rothschilds money and the cold calculating Markabian mind known as Adam Weishaupt exploiting the weakness of human egos seeking power and status, followed by tactics of bribery, shame, intimidation, bankruptcy, and “last resort” assassinations.) The Secret Covenant of The Illuminati.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/12/20/illuminati-1/

20/12/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

gyac-gcm-anti-corruption-toolkit 51%

If you were to open the New Shorter Oxford Dictionary, you would find it defined as the perversion of a person’s integrity in the performance of duty or word by bribery etc1.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/01/05/gyac-gcm-anti-corruption-toolkit/

05/01/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

Tackling malign influence in Italy 51%

Potential for compromising by tax evasion, bribery and the blackmail potential of that, and use of dubious hospitality ( including prostitutes) on luxury yachts, a sector in Italy which has long been linked with high level tax evasion using offshore companies, the organisers of these likely being also used for Magnitsky type Russian schemes too.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2019/02/07/tackling-malign-influence-in-italy/

07/02/2019 www.pdf-archive.com

Federal Prosecution 51%

A federal prosecution involving a state or local official charged with a crime such as bribery raises an additional concern:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2012/02/24/federal-prosecution/

24/02/2012 www.pdf-archive.com

PF 2017 50%

AFRICAN INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENTS Djibouti Addis Ababa Adama Freetown LOGISTICS PERFORMANCE INDEX WORLD RANKING Lekki Badagry World Bank, 2016 SOUTH AFRICA 20 RWANDA 62 KENYA 42 NAMIBIA 79 ETHIOPIA 126 BOTSWANA 57 MOZAMBIQUE 84 DR CONGO 127 UGANDA 58 GHANA 88 DJIBOUTI 134 TANZANIA 61 NIGERIA 90 ANGOLA 139 BRIBERY Malaba Kampala Kigali Entebbe Nairobi Musoma Bugesera Musongati Barra do Dande Lamu Mombasa Bagamoyo Dar es Salaam Lobito Transparency International, 2015 Ondangwa ID A BR IBE IN PREV IOUS Livingstone 12 MO NTHS 65% 44% TRAIN Sidvokodvo Lothair 54% 46% 70% 62% LE PA 61% PEOP 56% % OF 47% Hawassa Juba Kribi H UT E SO ICA IQU NIA R B YA AF ZAM ANZA KEN DA C T AN DR MO PIA NA UG IA HIO GHA ER ET NIG PORT AIRPORT (DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS) AIRPORT DATA MAG AIRPORTS Cargo staff:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/06/01/pf-2017/

01/06/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

ArkansasConstitution-1874-Original 46%

Bribery of member of General Assembly or state officer.--------------------------- 22 36.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/07/11/arkansasconstitution-1874-original/

10/07/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

The World Rule Conspiracy 41%

By pooling their capital and and using bribery and other means of persuation on the officials, they soon became favored over the other captive groups.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2012/06/29/the-world-rule-conspiracy/

29/06/2012 www.pdf-archive.com

Why India wiped out 86% of its cash overnight 41%

Do not believe reports that this is primarily about bribery or terror financing, the real target is tax evasion and the policy is very daring indeed.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/11/16/why-india-wiped-out-86-of-its-cash-overnight/

16/11/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

Copy of Truth Knows No Gender Final 41%

Bribery and intimidation is rampant within law enforcement have been covering up the truth as well as other media outlets.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/04/24/copy-of-truth-knows-no-gender-final/

24/04/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

Questions 40%

After being convicted of bribery, this Pennsylvania Commonwealth Treasurer shot himself on live television in 1987 Budd Dwyer 6.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/09/27/questions/

27/09/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Moldova 40%

Particularly if it involves inviting Ukraine providing more, and more detailed information which can be used publicly or privately to highlight Russian bribery and capital flight, and the presence of the proceeds in cluster countries.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/12/28/moldova-/

28/12/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

The Stadium WEEK 8 22 08 2017 final... 40%

If you want to see a world with less corruption, you must not participate in bribery or nepotism.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/01/18/the-stadium-week-8-22-08-2017-final/

18/01/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

TruthKnowsNoGender 39%

Bribery and intimidation is rampant within law enforcement have been covering up the truth as well as other media outlets.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/01/14/truthknowsnogender/

14/01/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

BITNATIONWhitepaper 38%

Governments with geographic monopolies  have been the rule  through most of human civilization,  their  borders  determined  largely  by  the  reach  of  their  weapons  technology.  Since  peoples  within  the   borders  of  a  city  state,  kingdom  or  nation  state  tended  to  have  shared  culture,  history,  language  and  values, with  little means  of communication outside  their own communities, cohesion was relatively easy.  In  Europe,  the  Treaty  of   Westphalia  (1648)   established  the  nation  state  construct  as  the  standard  for  governance  in the West; spreading globally in the 19th century largely through imperial expansion. By the  20th  century,  the  nation  state  had  supplanted  vast  empires,  as  well  as  unincorporated  territories  and  smaller  ethnic  states   such  as  those   in  Italy  and  Germany;   creating  an  of  oligopoly  of  governance  and  claiming  nearly every  square meter of  the  globe (apart from Antarctica). The initial intention was to have  mutually recognized  borders  and  international institutions to  resolve conflicts peacefully.  However good  the  intentions  may  have  been,  with  the  rise  of  political  elites  creating  just  a  semblance  of  political  stability, the borders themselves became a source of conflict and resulted in fueling instability.    Compounding  property   rights  and  other  governance  issues  is   the  fact  that  nation  state  borders  continue  to  represent  oppression  to  millions.  The tensions created  by arbitrarily drawn  state borders are  perhaps exemplified by the ill­conceived Sykes­Picot agreement (1916). During the last years of the ailing  Ottoman  Empire,  international  borders  in   the  Middle  East  were  crudely  drawn  pursuant   to  colonial  2    interests  of  the  period  and  have  exacerbated  ethnic  and  religious  conflict.1   Even  though  the  ongoing  human  tragedy  exacerbated  by  the  Sykes­Picot  borders  is  clear  to  the  world,  changing  decades­old  international boundaries  that  are  supported by political interests and international demand  for  stability  is  virtually impossible.    The Myth of Choice    Some  suggest that individuals living in deplorable conditions are free to “vote with their feet” and  move  from  one  country  to  another  to  avoid  oppression,  famine,  and  other  problems.  This  obtuse  and  simplistic  remedy  rarely  proves  so  simple  in  reality,  primarily  because  truly  free  and  unencumbered  movement  between  countries  does  not  exist.  For  a  farmer  in  the  Central  African  Republic  or  a  fruit  vendor  in  Bangladesh,  obtaining   foreign  visas  or  citizenship  can  be  an  insurmountable  obstacle.  Even  when they do, they often find little changes from one government to the next.    Even  in  more prosperous countries such  as the U.S.,  political  stagnation may in large part be the  result  of  the  confines  of   nation­statehood.  Politicizing  government  services  and  forcing  conflicting  political  visions  on  a  very  diverse  population  has  led  the  U.S.  down  the  path of dysfunction, inhibited  social  mobility,   higher  debt  and  lower  economic  growth;  it  has  driven  a  wedge  between  people  who  otherwise may have little reason for animosity.     Enormous  swaths  of the global population are forced to support laws and policies they may detest   simply because  political  leaders can  convince more  than  half  the voting  population  of  a nation state that  preserving a  miserable  status quo is  vital  to their security  or  interests. In response, hundreds of separatist  movements have gained traction and asserted a right to independence from central governments viewed as  despotic,  oppressive, or at least  ineffective. The Arab Spring, the Scottish independence referendum, the  Catalan  independence  movement,  protests  in  Hong  Kong,  the  growth  of  Islamic  terrorist networks  and  nativist  movements in  Europe  have all been the diverse symptoms of a global power struggle exacerbated  by ossified  nation states that have remained unwilling or unable to ensure economic mobility and  political   choice.⁴    1  ​ http://www.npr.org/2014/06/25/325503790/journalist­dexter­filkins­explains­bitter­consequences­of­iraq­war  ⁴​  ​ (enter ref to free world report)  3    The Impact of Globalization    The  geographical  monopoly  on  governance  was  perhaps  easier  to  maintain  in  a  time  and  age  before  industrialization and globalization happened. Now however, the course is largely irreversible; with  the  seemingly  unstoppable  move   towards  globalization,  the  world  has  become  increasingly  less  geographically  contingent  ­­  through  international  trade,  instant  and  borderless  connectivity  through  communication  channels  like  Internet,  cheap  transport,  and  large  migrant  movements.  People  are  increasingly  connected  across  borders,  resulting  in  desires  less  defined by  their  geographical origin or  location.  In essence,  this means  that over  time, nation  states and  their transnational counterparts  such as  the  United  Nations  (UN)  are  becoming  less  relevant,  and  transnational  institutions  such  as  the  United  Nations  (UN),  in  tandem  with  nation  states  due  to   being  built  on  the   same  outdated,  top­down  monopolistic  foundation. The  Westphalia  system  has a  “best  before”  date,  and that day has arrived. Why  should 7.125 billion  people  on Earth only be able to  choose between perhaps a handful of different  types  of  governance  and  without  freedom   of  movement  between  those  options?  The  limited  choice  of  governance   systems  does  not   necessarily  make  sense  to   the  modern  global  citizen.  Enter  the  birth  of  Decentralized Borderless Voluntary Nations (DBVNs).      Enter the blockchain technology    Technology is changing  human interaction almost faster than scholars, pundits and journalists can  keep  up  with,  resulting  in  the  uniting  of  humans around the globe  in  an  unfathomably complex  web of  relationships. New  “borderless”  nations are emerging:  communities of people who live all over the world  and  who  share  common values, interests,  and  cultures.  We believe that given the  right opportunity, these  new  nations will  thrive as geopolitical  turmoil  continues  to constrict  the  old. With the release  in 2009 of  Bitcoin’s blockchain technology, enabling for the first time a way to ​ verify transactions without a single  authoritative  third  party​ ,  now  may   be  the  best  time  in  human  history  to  reassess  our reliance  on the  traditional  nation state ­ a form of governance that is growing outdated, and which is holding back human  social and economic evolution.     The  reason  why  the  blockchain  matters is  because the blockchain transactional database  has the  basic  record­keeping properties  required  of  a governance  system. Once the information is online, it exists   forever  on the network. The  blockchain has  a rigorous  verification process that is virtually impossible to  4    crack  once  the  network  reaches  a  certain  critical  mass.  It  can record births, marriages,  deaths, property  ownership,  business  contracts  and  a  variety  of  other  records  traditionally  created  and  held  by  governments.  The  identities  of  individuals  on  the  network  can  be  established  definitively through  their  unique  “signatures”,  and  in   turn,  those  individuals  can  sign  and  verify  transactions  (e.g.  the  attending  physician  at your birth  or  the  priest officiating your wedding). Instead  of  a government official acting as  notary or other trusted third party verifier, the consensus of the blockchain now takes on that role.    It  is  well  established  that  free  markets  improve  quality  and  reduce  cost,  while  monopolies  are  generally  the  subject of  derision, a  centralization of resources and authority. We believe that it is possible  for  today’s  innovators  to   apply  the competitive  spirit  of  the  marketplace to  governance and  forever  end  the  power   of  monopolistic  bureaucracies  to  squander  resources,  abuse   authority,  and  oppress  the  powerless.  By  offering real  choices  rather than controlling  and determining the outcomes through central  government nation states, entrepreneurs can enable  the reclamation  of  personal  sovereignty  and enhance  their own autonomy.    A Better Future    To  that  end,  BitNation  proposes  the  creation  of  a  platform  that  will  enable  the  emergence  of  Decentralized  Borderless  Voluntary  Nations  (DBVNs).  This  platform  is  entirely  open  source   and  forkable,  allowing practically anyone to create their own DBVN. We hope that BitNation will be only the  first of many ​ alternatives to traditional monopolistic governance to use blockchain verification qualities as  a   replacement  for  the  “third  party”  authority  hitherto  monopolized  by  governments.  We  believe  the   establishment  of  property  rights,   marriage,  incorporation,  identification,  dispute  resolution  and  other  governance   services  can  be  accomplished  without  resorting  to  abhorrent  behavior  such  as  bribery,  exorbitant  fees, politicization and  coercion through  arbitrary authorities.  Beyond the aforementioned, the  possibilities with DBVNs are both encouraging and virtually limitless.          1.2 ​ The Change of Paradigm:​  Governance 2.0    5   

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/02/26/bitnationwhitepaper/

26/02/2016 www.pdf-archive.com