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Creating Value To The Marketplace Through Good Procurement Governance Malaysia Airports' Anti Bribery Management System Is Now Certified With ISO 37001:2016

SEPANG – Malaysia Airports has added further value to the marketplace by achieving the ISO 37001:2016 certification for its Anti-Bribery Management System (ABMS) which is currently being used for its procurement processes. This is further testament to our commitment in ensuring that the organisation is upholding integrity to the highest level by benchmarking its international standards for anti-bribery practices.
 
According to Ibrahim Chang Boon Teck, general manager of procurement for Malaysia Airports, there are fewer than 30 establishments in Malaysia that have obtained this certification and we are really proud to have joined the ranks of this group of multinational and government-linked companies that strongly believe in ensuring a corruption-free workplace.
 
He said that the ABMS is an additional safeguard as it provides another layer of control within the company processes. “Acts of bribery can be induced by many factors, as such there is a vital need to place controls within the organisation at both human and process levels. The controls will act as an intervention and close any possible gaps. This is not only beneficial to Malaysia Airports but will also go down the market place value chain to reach our vendors and business partners. This means that our vendors and business partners can have added assurance that they too can be corruption free when dealing with us.”
 
The ISO 37001:2016 is an anti-bribery management system standard that is designed to help an organisation establish, implement, maintain and improve an anti-bribery compliance programme with a series of measures to detect, prevent and respond to any form of bribery in line with the global anti-bribery good practices.
 
With the successful ISO certification of the ABMS for our procurement process, we will be expanding the scope to other areas within the organisation such as commercial services, information technology and project management.
 
The enhancement of good governance practices within the organisation is an ongoing initiative. Just last month, Malaysia Airports digitalised its procurement processes on an e-market platform called Lapasar. The implementation of the e-catalogue system through Lapasar is part of the organisation’s transformation exercise to achieve greater transparency and strengthen procurement governance in line with achieving its Airports 4.0 digital journey.
 

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