Stories you may have missed this week...


New York City: Corruption in New York - A Brief History New York Times

Global: Georgia millionaire confesses in FIFA bribery scandal. Atlanta Journal Constitution

New Jersey: South Brunswick backs law ending secret money, bribery in politics.  

Detroit: Corrupt public school vendor lived like a kingDetroit Free Press

New York City: De Blasio fundraising probe increases scrutiny of campaign finance tactic. Politico NY

Global: China suspends G-20 anti-corruption taskforce. Reuters

Papua New Guinea: Top anti-corruption cop sacked after making arrestsEuro News



Political appointees as barriers to government efficiency and effectiveness: A case study of inspectors general. Brookings
Other Views:

Should other countries enact a False Claims Act? Global Anticorruption Blog

DOJ’s Criminal Division Launches new FCPA Pilot Program Squire Sanders

The shadow of Sheldon Silver. City and State

CAPI News:

Laura and John Arnold Foundation announces grant to expand anticorruption hub at Columbia Law School

Security and Privacy in the Digital Age: Understanding the Fight between Apple and the FBI - Executive Director Rodgers moderated a discussion between the ACLU's Elizabeth Sweren-Becker and Zachary Goldman, Director of NYU School of Law's Center on Law and Security. 

What do Corrupt Firms have in Common?

Thanks to a generous commitment by the Laura and John Arnold Foundation, CAPI is launching its Integrity in Brief series of  guides for anti-corruption practitioners. Easily digestible, these quick reads will provide the public integrity community much-needed resources and tips.

Our first brief, by Business for Social Responsibility's Alison Taylor, highlights red flags of corruption in organizational culture.

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Annual Report 2015

2015 was another terrific year for CAPI. Read our 2015 Annual Report to see what you might have missed!
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