Published date


Prevention in focus: Deiscretionary decision-making powers

Impartial, accountable and transparent decision making, particularly when it involves public servants exercising their discretion, is a cornerstone of anti-corruption. This publication outlines the importance of exercising discretionary decision-making powers appropriately to minimise corruption risks.

Originally published March 2020, updated December 2020

Last updated: 15 December 2020
To provide feedback on this page's content, please contact us.
Publication Type
Prevention in focus series
Corruption prevention
Brand logo as background