All of NRC’s stakeholders, including project participants, donors and partners, must have trust and confidence in the professionalism, integrity and honesty of the suppliers and consultants NRC works with. Part of this involves identifying a potential conflict of interest and disclosing it to NRC, so it can be assessed and managed.
The policy requires that suppliers and consultants when working with NRC should:
- act in the best interests of NRC
- ensure that they do not use their position to create real or perceived inappropriate advantages for themselves or their close connections
- identify and disclose a conflict of interest when it arises
Suppliers and consultants should use this form to disclose a conflict of interest and submit to their NRC Focal Point, who will accordingly provide them with assistance and information on the process.
Conflict of Interest Policy: