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Transparency International’s Defense & Security Program recently released for comment a draft version of the 2019 Questionnaire and Model Answer document for the third edition of its Defense Companies Anti-Corruption Index (DCI). The DCI will assess 145 of the world’s leading defense companies in 39 countries.

Notably, in order to receive full credit and a high DCI score, some proposed questions would require companies to publicly disclose potentially highly confidential, competition-sensitive and other information that could create potential legal liability, as well raise competition issues, and have privacy and cybersecurity implications.

This article was first published in Law360.

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