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New World Bank Strategy Presents Few Innovations

admin, March 20, 2013

Tomorrow, the Executive Directors of the World Bank are scheduled to discuss "A Common Vision for the World Bank Group," which sets out the development strategy for the institution through 2030.

New World Bank Strategy Presents Few Real Innovations

Bea Edwards, March 20, 2013

Tomorrow, the Executive Directors of the World Bank are scheduled to discuss "A Common Vision for the World Bank Group," which sets out the development strategy for the institution through 2030.

'Corruption Comebacks': Suzanne Folsom on Duty at Academi (Xe, Blackwater)

Bea Edwards, February 25, 2013

notebook_attSo just last week, we heard from Suzanne Folsom, the general counsel and chief compliance officer at 

The NSA and BofA: Working Together for Us?

Bea Edwards, January 14, 2013

The Washington Post reported on January 11 that the National Security Agency (NSA) is helping major US banks shore up their cybersecurity systems, in the wake of "a barrage of assaults" on the financial institutions' websites.

Reply to the Inter-American Development Bank’s Response to GAP’s Assessment of its Whistleblower Policy

GAP, January 07, 2013

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has released a response to GAP’s recent review of its whistleblower policy. We appreciate the time devoted by IDB officials to evaluating GAP’s analysis. We found some of its feedback to be useful and have, accordingly, released an updated version of our review.

New Reports Contain Statistics Regarding Whistleblower Cases at the Multilateral Development Banks

Bea Edwards and Shelley Walden, December 17, 2012

In November, the U.S. Department of the Treasury issued two reports that contain information about the whistleblower protection records of the Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs).

GAP Releases USAID FOIA Documents About Controversial Kosovo Coal Plant

Shelley Walden, September 07, 2012

Today, GAP is releasing nearly 2,000 pages of documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The request sought specific records related to the KEK Network and Supply Project in Kosovo and the work of the Kosovo Energy Corporation JSC.

World Bank Put Whistleblower Under Surveillance Years Ago

Bea Edwards, July 17, 2012

Over the past weekend, the New York Times broke the story about electronic surveillance of Food and Drug Administration (FDA) whistleblowers by the agency itself.

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