The Integrity Pact is a tool developed in the 1990s by Transparency International to help governments, businesses and civil society to fight corruption in the field of public contracting. IP is intended to make public procurement transparent by binding both parties to ethical conduct. It consists of a process that includes an agreement between a government or a government department and all bidders for a public contract. It contains rights and obligations to the effect that neither side will: pay, offer, demand or accept bribes; collude with competitors to obtain the contract; or engage in such abuses while carrying out the contract. The IP also introduces a monitoring system that provides for independent oversight and accountability.

CCL has signed an MOU with M/s. Transparency International India on 11-8-08 for implementation of IP Programme. The IPP was made operational in CCL after the adoption of above said MOU in CCL Board at its 350th meeting held on 23.08.2008. Presently, the following two names have been approved by CVC for a period of three years w.e.f. 13.03.2022 for empanelment as Independent External Monitors for implementation of Integrity Pact Program against tenders issued by CCL-

1. Shri Sadhu Ram Bansal, Ex-CMD, Corporation Bank E-mail:
2. Shri Goddilla Viswanatha Reddy, IFoS (Retd.) E-mail:

MOU with Transparency International India

Integrity Pact