What is ABMS
CIDB’s commitment in ensuring the success of the Anti Corruption Management System is to deter corruption and to ascertain the personnel acting on behalf of CIDB complies with the anti corruption policy set by CIDB.
Other than this, the involvement of third parties such as consultants, suppliers or indirect partners will also entail the compliance of the anti corruption policy created, by giving their commitment in the compliance of all procedures set by CIDB.
Corruption in the context of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009 (Act 694) means giving or offering, receiving or requesting or agreeing to receive or request a bribe directly or indirectly as an inducement or reward to perform or not to perform an act related to official duties
CIDB is committed in practising best governance through planned corruption risk management in order to provide efficient and integrity services to stakeholders while also ensuring that control and improvisation are carried out strategically and continuously.
Benefit Of ABMS To Industry
- Take action against bribery for more ethical business.
- Identify and manage bribery by establishing risk-based anti-bribery management systems.
- Improve organisational efficiency and effectiveness in managing risks associated with bribery.
- Increase awareness of bribery’s impacts on the organisation Highlights the ability to detect fraud.
- Highlights the ability to detect fraud.
- Enhance an organisation’s reputation and image by assuring legal compliance.
- Demonstrate a benchmark of good practice in anti-bribery management systems.
- Demonstrate an organisation’s commitment to anti-bribery practices.
- Provide confidence and trust to potential partners.
Anti Corruption Policy
The Malaysian Construction Industry Development Board's (CIDB) Anti-Corruption Policy was created to clarify CIDB's policy on rules and prohibitions against any activity in the form of corruption, malpractice and abuse of power. This policy is also in line with the provisions under the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009 and other relevant acts and regulations that are in force. Through this Policy, a clear direction is formulated on which CIDB officers and staff can collaborate in the fight against the crime of corruption, embezzlement and abuse of power within the construction industry.
This ABMS policy also signifies the commitment of CIDB officers and staff in improving the Anti-Corruption Management System (SPAR), in strengthening governance efficiency and the best, transparent and trustworthy service delivery system in line with the vision of "Becoming a superior organization in achieving construction excellence in Malaysia”.
Led by CIDB's competent, independent, authoritative Anti-Corruption Committee (JAR), SPAR can be implemented more effectively and is capable in promoting the provision of transparent information at a high level of information protection without extreme concerns about contra feedbacks.
If this policy is ignored or not adhered to effectively, CIDB disciplinary action or legal punishment may be imposed without doubt as a warning to CIDB employees.
Objectives of the Anti-Corruption Management System (SPAR) ISO 37001:2016
With the implementation of this Anti-Corruption Management System (SPAR), CIDB will strive to achieve the following corruption management objectives:
- 1. Ensure that CIDB staff attend courses and training related to awareness of the offenses found under the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009, and efforts to prevent corruption, abuse of power, and embezzlement;
- 2. Creation of staff with integrity and free from corruption as a strong basis to achieve CIDB's goal of providing efficient services continuously;
- 3. Memastikan semua aduan berhubung kelakuan tidak wajar yang diterima diuruskan dengan cekap dan telus mengikut prosedur yang telah dibangunkan.
Queries & Reports
Complaints can be made through the following channels:
- Attend in person to meet or contact the Integrity Section Officer at the Governance & Integrity Division; or
- Send a letter to the address (Letters or letters without a name are accepted):
Strategy & Governance Division, Level 24
Menara Dato’ Onn, PWTC
No. 45, Jalan Tun Ismail
50480, Kuala Lumpur