BRIBERY ACT 2010. The Contractor shall, at all times, act within the meaning and scope of the provisions of the Bribery Act 2010 or any statutory modification of re-enactment thereof. The Contractor shall take all reasonable steps to secure the observance of these provisions by all servants, employees or agents of the Contractor and all sub-contractors employed in the execution of the Contract.
BRIBERY ACT 2010. The Buyer acknowledges and understands its legal and moral obligations in accordance with the Bribery Act 2010. The Buyer shall have an active Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy in place which reflects its zero-tolerance approach to bribery and which has been fully trained staff who fully understand the ramifications of the Act and how it should influence their behaviour in dealings with the Seller. The Buyer understands that acceptance of the Sellers Terms and Conditions of Sale is acceptance of the Sellers own Anti-bribery Policy.
BRIBERY ACT 2010. During the course of your duties you must not offer, promise, give, request, and agree to receive, or accept any bribes: when conducting company business; or when representing the organisation in any capacity. A bribe means a financial payment or other form of reward or advantage, whether direct or indirect, that is intended to induce or influence, or has the effect of inducing or influencing, an individual, company or public body to perform their functions, including business and public duties, improperly. For the avoidance of doubt, improper performance includes: not acting in good faith; not acting impartially; and not acting in accordance with a position of trust. You must comply with the CCG's anti-bribery policy and procedures that are in force from time to time and with all applicable bribery and corruption laws. You have a duty to report any suspicious conduct that may amount to a bribe being offered, promised, given, requested or accepted (either involving you or another employee or person acting for, or on behalf of, the organisation) immediately to the relevant individuals within the organisation in accordance with the anti-bribery policy and procedures. If the CCG suspects you of bribery, it is entitled to terminate this arrangement without notice or pay in lieu of notice, without prejudice to any rights or claims it may have against you, if it is found by the organisation, or any other relevant public or legal authority, that you are guilty of bribery.
BRIBERY ACT 2010. 20.1 It is the policy of Bidwells to conduct all of its business in an honest and ethical manner. We take a zero-tolerance approach to bribery and corruption or circumstances which may give the perception of impropriety. We are committed to acting professionally and with integrity in all of our business dealings and relationships. In order to give effect to our values and comply with the Bribery Act the Client must immediately notify Bidwells in writing if the Client becomes aware of any person (employee, agent, intermediary, contractor, private individual, commercial organisation or public official) connected with Bidwells that has breached or committed an offence under the Bribery Act or participated in any form of corrupt behaviour.