Government Contracting Agency of Public-Private Partnerships for Higher Education Infrastructure

In relation to public-Private partnerships, the question then arises as to whether the rectors of public university - legal entities are authorized to act as government contracting agencies

Managing Money-Laundering Risk for Financial Technology P2P Lending Companies

In order to complement tremendous growth of this industry, risk management which addresses the thorny issue of anti-money laundering is a critical element for Fintech P2PL

The New Incentive(?) for Whistleblowers for Revealing Crimes of Corruption

To be effective, the whistle-blowing system should assure reporter anonymity, emphasize good-faith reporting, and provide incentive and/or proper protection for the reporter. If the information contains an allegation of criminal conduct, it is advised that the company liaise with LPSK to maximize protection for the reporter.

Corruption Perception Index and the Integrity of the Private Sector

Indonesia still tends to view corruption as a pathology in the public sector, and therefore, direct more efforts to eradicate corruption in the public sector. While in fact, the private sector contributes substantially to corruption in the public sector

Lessons from Recent Data Scandals: a Call for Corporate Digital Responsibility

Implementation and mere compliance with the law are insufficient, number of complaints deriving from consumers who have become the target of product marketing activities without them knowing how their personal information came to fall into the hands of parties engaged in said marketing and promotional activities

Digital Data Analytics: Between Technology and Political Power

problems arise when digital data is gathered without the approval of the data subject or when organizations collect and use personal data without providing enough information to their membership for them to be able to render meaningful consent

The Non-Government Budget Investment Financing Program: An Overview

Indonesia desperately needs to upgrade its infrastructure, however, the government is limited in terms of the funding that it can provide. As a result of this funding shortfall, the PINA project was launched and, according to the government, will complement the Public - Private Partnership (PPP) scheme

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