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Procurement ethics guid by Dr Rovel Shackleford

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    Dr Rovel Shackleford on ethics v4 [compatibility mode] Dr Rovel Shackleford on ethics v4 [compatibility mode] Presentation Transcript

    • ETHICSPublic Sector Procurement DRS BoB 62001 1
    • Ethics - 12 Questions Has the issue been accurately defined? How would the issue be defined from the other side? How did the situation arise in the first place? To whom and to what do you give your loyalty as a person and a member of the corporation? What is your intention in making this decision? How does this intention compare with the probable results? DRS BoB 62001 2
    • Ethics - 12 Questions (2) Whom could your decision or action injure? Can you discuss the issue with the affected parties before you make your decision? Are you confident that your position will remain valid? Could you disclose without qualm your decision or action with your boss? DRS BoB 62001 3
    • Ethics - 12 Questions (3) What is the impact potential of your action if understood or misunderstood? Under what conditions would you allow exceptions to your stand? Consider this questioning process in the contextual framework of how we perform within an ethical framework. DRS BoB 62001 4
    • The Corruption CycleMotive Targets Access Ethics Management Neutralization Opportunity DRS BoB 62001 5
    • Ethics – Points of Consideration Morality can often mean acting within the public sector or business for non-business reasons. The public sector and business is just not a profession. It is also a system in which we must all live. New codes of ethics acknowledges and accepts the messy world of mixed motives and moral conflicts that challenge us daily. Moderation – Pragmatism – Minimalism, are new words for ethical practice. DRS BoB 62001 6
    • Compliance StrategyEthos Conformity with externally imposed standards.Objective Prevent criminal misconduct.Leadership Legally driven.Methods Education, reduced discretion, auditing and controls ,penalties.Behavioral Autonomous people guided by materialassumptions self-interest. DRS BoB 62001 7
    • Integrity StrategyEthos Self-governance according to chosen standards.Objective Enable responsible conduct.Leadership Management driven with support from HR, lawyers and others.Methods Education, leadership, accountability, systems, auditing, controls, penalties. Socially aware people guided by materialBehavioral self-interest, values, ideals and peers.assumptions DRS BoB 62001 8
    • Implementation - Compliance StrategyStandards Criminal and regulatory law.Resource Lawyers.Activities Compliance standards, training,conduct investigations, compliance audits, enforce standards.Education Compliance standards and systems. DRS BoB 62001 9
    • Implementation - Integrity StrategyStandards Organizational values and aspirations, social obligations, including law.Resource Executives and managers with lawyers and others. Lead development of company values andActivities standards, train, communicate, integrate into systems, provide guidance and consultation. Assess values performance, identify and resolve issues. Oversee compliance activities. Decision making,values and complianceEducation standards/systems. DRS BoB 62001 10