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The Settlement also includes a conditional non-debarment applied to OEC for ten years and CNO for four years directly following CNO's six-year period of debarment. When conditionally non-debarred, a company remains eligible to participate in IDB Group-financed projects but only if it fully meets the conditions of the Settlement.
The debarment of BJC qualifies for cross-debarment by other multilateral development banks (MDBs) under the Agreement for Mutual Enforcement of Debarment Decisions that was signed on April 9, 2010.
The settlement agreement provides for a reduced period of debarment in light of the company's cooperation and voluntary remedial actions.
The KPA floated the tender on March 23, 2016 and 31 bidders from at least 15 countries showed interest, and by that time CCCC was still under debarment.The CCCC's parent company, China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC), had been blacklisted by the World Bank in 2009 for an eight-year period until January 12, 2017, after an investigation discovered that CRBC had "engaged in collusive practices in World Bank-funded projects in the Philippines".
They are part of three separate settlement agreements, under which the companies acknowledge responsibility for the underlying sanctionable practices and agree to meet specified corporate compliance conditions as a condition for release from debarment.
According to the World Bank, the debarment on CCC, CRBC and CHEC could be reduced to three years, if after 'five years of the date of ineligibility, CCCC has put in place an effective corporate compliance program acceptable to the World Bank and has implemented this program in a manner satisfactory to the World Bank.'
The debarment of CFHEC qualifies for cross debarment under the April 2010 Agreement for Mutual Enforcement of Debarment Decisions entered into by the AfDB Group, the Asian Development Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the World Bank Group and the Inter-American Development Bank Group.
It explores whether there are problems in the current system, whether Congress should mandate more automatic S&Ds, and whether agency suspension and debarment officials (SDOs) have too much discretion in the system.
A draft ordinance that could lead to the debarment of Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) from bidding on city contracts has come up before the Oakland City Council with amendments.
Recommendation: The Attorney General and the Secretaries of Commerce, Health and Human Services, State, and the Treasury should take steps to improve their suspension and debarment programs by (1) assigning dedicated staff resources, (2) developing detailed implementing guidance, and (3) promoting the use of a case referral process.
Mann entire e-mail consisted of fluff and talking points, with only two pieces of actual information, which was that Task Force 2010's investigations led to the proposed debarment of the "Watan Group" and led to the actual debarment of "Aey, Inc." (which was the link provided by Lt.