Construction Industry Integrity Charter 2.0 promotes management culture of integrity in construction industry (with photo)
Following the launch of the Integrity Charter in September last year, the Development Bureau (DEVB), the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) and the Construction Industry Council (CIC) jointly introduced the Construction Industry Integrity Charter 2.0 today (December 23), extending the charter from contractors to consultants to further promote and strengthen a management culture of integrity in the construction industry.
The Permanent Secretary for Development (Works), Mr Ricky Lau, said as the construction industry is poised to enter another golden period, the total value of public and private projects is expected to gradually increase to about $300 billion per annum. He encouraged consultants and contractors to participate in the Charter and build a corruption-free and professional construction team based on an improved management system of integrity.
In a video (youtu.be/oyHOzu8y75Y) specially produced to promote the Construction Industry Integrity Charter 2.0, Mr Lau; the ICAC Commissioner, Mr Woo Ying-ming; the Chairman of the CIC, Mr Thomas Ho; and the Executive Director of the CIC, Mr Albert Cheng, encourage the industry to sign the Charter and implement a management system of integrity.
For details on the Construction Industry Integrity Charter 2.0, please visit cpas.icac.hk/EN/Info/TP_Library?cate_id=10025.
Ends/Friday, December 23, 2022
Issued at HKT 12:00