Corruption Prevention Management Test (CPMT) Measurement of an entity's exposure to fraud and corruption

It represents the core of The AACI's Organizations Anti-Corruption Certification Program

The CPMT enables those charged with governance to:

  1. Evaluate and measure relevant corruption prevention knowledge competencies of the board members, senior management and employees.
  2. Identify the strengths and weaknesses of the entity's corruption prevention knowledge that is necessary for preventing fraud and corruption.
  3. Select appropriate responses to address identified corruption prevention knowledge weaknesses.
The president of The American Anti-Corruption Institute (AACI) lecturing at Texas A&M school of law.

Corruption Prevention Management Test (CPMT) is only available to organizations; it is not available to individuals.

Instrumental for Institutional Change

CACM members are qualified to sit for the CPMT annually free of charge.

Prevention is better than cure. It is a primary driver underlying The American Anti-Corruption Institute (AACI) efforts

It tests the collective knowledge and skills of executive management and those charged with governance in each of the following areas:

  1. Anti-fraud and corruption
  2. Internal control
  3. Corporate governance
  4. Anti-bribery management systems
  5. Auditing
  6. Management and business ethics
  7. Accounting
It is a rigorous, disciplined, and methodical process. A management representation letter predeces sitting for the CPMT.

The Organizations Anti-Corruption Certification Output

  1. CPMT Certificate
  2. CPMT Report
  3. Other detailed reports
Those who are charged with governance have a duty to identify, evaluate, and respond to the collective anti-corruption knowdge and skills of their executive management.
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