This indicates whether the company provided feedback on a draft version of its assessment during the process. All companies were given the opportunity to provide feedback to identify any errors or provide new publicly available information where relevant, which was then incorporated into their assessment. In addition, some companies chose to provide a formal response to be published alongside their assessment. If the company chose to provide this, it will show as a downloadable ‘Company Response’.
For more information on the assessment process, see the DCI Methods Paper.
The figure displayed is based on the company’s defence revenue as identified by the SIPRI Top 100 Arms-producing and Military Services Companies. This figure represents the most recently available figure for the company between 2017 and 2019 (according to publication dates). To view the list in full on SIPRI’s website, click here.
The figure displayed is based on the company’s defence revenue as identified by the Defense News Top 100. This figure represents the most recently available figure for the company between 2017 and 2020. To view the list in full on the Defense News website, click here.
The Government Defence Integrity Index (GDI) is the world’s leading assessment of corruption risks in government defence institutions, produced by Transparency International Defence & Security. To learn more about this data, visit www.ti-defence.org/gdi
The data displayed is based on information from the SIPRI Arms Transfers Database. To learn more about this data and trend indicator values that it represents visit: https://www.sipri.org/databases/armstransfers
Each company’s overall score is broken down into two question categories – those measuring ‘policy’ and those measuring ‘transparency’.
‘Policy’ indicators relate to the standard and amount of publicly available information on the company’s policies and procedures that aim to reduce the risk of corruption. There are 37 indicators that fall into this category, plus three that include both ‘policy’ and ‘transparency’ elements. For more information, see the DCI Methods Paper.
‘Transparency’ indicators relate to the public provision of data that can help mitigate corruption risk in the sector overall. There are 16 indicators that fall into this category, plus three that include both ‘policy’ and ‘transparency’ elements. For more information, see the DCI Methods Paper.
This represents the primary ownership structure, based on information that we identified in the public domain over the course of the assessment process. Companies may be publicly listed, private, state-owned or a combination of multiple ownership types.
Indra Sistemas S.A.
Commitment to Anti-Corruption and Transparency
Data collection dates
Full Company Name
Indra Sistemas, S.A.
Shares Held by State
Defence Revenue (SIPRI)
Defence Revenue (DN)
Leadership and Organisational Control
Support to Employees
Conflict of Interest
Supply Chain Management
Agents, Intermediaries and Joint Ventures
High Risk Markets
Arms Trade Information for Spain