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INFO: Singapore board members admit failure in managing bribery, says study.  A recent international study by global corporate law firm Eversheds LLP saw more than half of Singaporean board-level executives admitting failure in their anti-bribery and corruption policies in managing bribery.

Christina Ramani/The Edge Markets:

COMMENTARY: Making procurement smarter - Lessons from the Amazon.  "[The State of Amazonas in Brazil] has found innovative ways to leverage big data to increase the transparency, efficiency, and value of transactions, and has engaged everyday citizens in the process."

Laura de Castro Zoratto/World Bank-Governance for Development:

INFO: Year of Judicial Accountability in Pakistan.  Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali has declared the year 2015-2016 as the year of judicial accountability in Pakistan.

Reema Omer, Inter Press Service:

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