Defence companies, defence ministers, investors, and civil society all can play a role in preventing corruption in defence.


Having a reputation for zero tolerance of corruption will be a distinguishing asset for the defence sector

Assess corruption risks in countries of operation

Companies can use tools such the 2013 Governments Defence Anti-Corruption Index (GI) to assess corruption risks in 82 countries. The GI focuses on those risks which are directly related to defence and security. 

Good practice in defence companies

In an effort to raise anti-corruption standards in the industry TI-DSP has launched a good practice report which illustrates over 100 examples of good practice present in defence companies around the world. We encourage companies to utilise this study to institute positive change.