Introducing the AU-IBAR Whistleblowing System
What is whistleblowing?
Whistleblowing is the process of notifying on incidents or suspected incidents of fraud, corruption or malpractice on AU-IBAR funded activities and operations by contacting the AU-IBAR Office either anonymously or openly through the established and confidential system.
Notification of incidents on fraud, corruption and malpractice may come from AU-IBAR staff, grantees and their staff or other external parties.
Which issues can be addressed through the AU-IBAR Whistleblowing System?
The AU-IBAR Whistleblowing System is for reporting wrongdoing that can impede the delivery of results by AU-IBAR as an institution, and all the funded projects or programs in achieving stated objectives. Issues may include but are not limited to misuse of AU-IBAR grant proceeds, falsifying documentation and signatures, personal use of project/program assets, manipulating tender/order and splitting to avoid tendering, accepting late tenders, collusion with suppliers and processes to achieve desired results, manipulating selection processes for staff appointments.
How to report such issues?
AU-IBAR has a secured e-mail to receive whistle blower complaints. E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
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