Are there guidelines, and staff training, on addressing corruption risks in contracting whilst on deployed operations or peacekeeping missions?
Algeria score: 0/100
There are no relevant guidelines for corruption risks in contracting.
There are guidelines for addressing corruption risks in contracting, but they are incomplete or very general.
Guidelines exist specifically for operations (e.g. standard operating procedures at the level of contracting). The guidelines address the following risks in contracting in operations: asset disposals, local power brokers, contract delivery monitoring, security of equipment and personnel.
No evidence was found indicating that there are guidelines or staff training on addressing corruption risks in contracting whilst on deployed operations; also see the country’s last assessment (1). The website of the Defence Ministry does not provide any information in this regard (2). Also, the Anti-Corruption Law (3) and the Statute of Military Personnel (4) do not mention any guidelines on addressing corruption risks in contracting whilst deployed on operations. A review of the laws and decrees issued since 2016 did not provide any evidence that such a policy has been introduced (5).
1) “Algeria”, Country Assessment of the Government Defence Anti-Corruption Index 2015. Accessed March 22, 2019. http://government.defenceindex.org/generate-report.php?country_id=6251.
2) mdn.dz. Accessed November 25, 2019. https://www.mdn.dz/site_principal/index.php?L=fr#undefined.
3) Law No. 06-01 (February 20, 2006), “Relative à la prevention et à la lutte contre la corruption”. Accessed October 15, 2018.
4) Order No. 06-02 (February 28, 2006), “General statute of military personnel”. Accessed November 7, 2018. https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/docs/ELECTRONIC/73487/75113/F240300709/DZA-73487.pdf.
5) Official Gazette, joradp.dz. Accessed November 25, 2018. https://www.joradp.dz/HFR/Index.htm.
Algeria score: 0/100
There is no training provided on corruption risks in procurement, or any general corruption risks.
Staff are not specifically trained in relation to corruption risks in contracting whilst on deployed operations or peacekeeping missions, but they do receive general corruption training.
Staff are specifically trained in relation to corruption risks in contracting whilst on deployed operations or peacekeeping missions.
No evidence was found that there is training provided on corruption risks in procurement or any general corruption risks in the defence institution and with regards to deployed operations or peacekeeping missions. The ONPLC has reportedly provided training for public officials exposed to fraud risks in the public procurement process during the last few years (1), (2) but no information could be found whether this also included officials involved in defence procurements.
1) “Actions de formation et de sensibilisation“, onplc.ord.dz. Accessed November 13, 2018. http://www.onplc.org.dz/index.php/fr/actions-de-formation-et-de-sensibilisation.
2) “Lutte contre la corruption: Plus de 2.600 agents publics ont bénéficié d’une formation”, aps.dz, October 8, 2017. Accessed November 13, 2018. http://www.aps.dz/algerie/63708-lutte-contre-la-corruption-plus-de-2-600-agents-publics-ont-beneficie-d-une-formation.
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|Country||55a. Comprehensiveness||55b. Training|
|Algeria||0 / 100||0 / 100|
|Angola||0 / 100||0 / 100|
|Burkina Faso||0 / 100||0 / 100|
|Cameroon||0 / 100||0 / 100|
|Cote d'Ivoire||0 / 100||0 / 100|
|Egypt||0 / 100||0 / 100|
|Ghana||0 / 100||0 / 100|
|Iraq||0 / 100||0 / 100|
|Jordan||0 / 100||0 / 100|
|Kuwait||0 / 100||0 / 100|
|Lebanon||0 / 100||0 / 100|
|Mali||0 / 100||50 / 100|
|Niger||0 / 100||0 / 100|
|Nigeria||0 / 100||50 / 100|
|Oman||0 / 100||0 / 100|
|Palestine||0 / 100||0 / 100|
|Qatar||0 / 100||0 / 100|
|Saudi Arabia||0 / 100||0 / 100|
|Tunisia||0 / 100||0 / 100|
|United Arab Emirates||0 / 100||50 / 100|