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The UK Anti-Corruption Forum

The Structural Engineer
The UK Anti-Corruption Forum
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26 October 2012

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Bob McKittrick provides an update on the Forum's recent activities. Notably, the crucial role it's played in two recent major developments; the UK Bribery Act which came into law on 30 June 2011, and the new BS 10500: Specification for an anti-bribery management system, which was released in December 2011.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Professional Guidance Issue 11

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