2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympics anti-corruption project launched
03.05.2011By Play the Game
The project will cover all 12 Brazilian host cities and hopes to increase transparency, integrity by making anti-corruption agreements with construction companies, the energy sector and other sectors involved in the infrastructure development. A transparency pact will also be entered with public offices to ensure accountability and transparency in public spending.
A newly formed National Committee will coordinate the project a long with national and local committees and representatives from civil society organizations, trade associations and government bodies.
The project which has a 3,1 million US dollars budget, will run for five years and is supported by the Siemens Integrity Initiative.