Corruption prevention in the infrastructure sector, construction services, and engineering must be carried out by business actors to the related ministries, institutions, and agencies. This type of business is seen as the most strategic sectors and is expected to maintain fair business competition. Do not let the criminal act of corruption begin with the businessmen because the corporation must be actively involved in efforts to prevent corruption. Bribery is on the top cases ranking related to corruption and state-owned enterprise and the second is the procurement of goods and services. One of the biggest and worst scandals is Petrobras, involving hundreds of people from elite politicians and businessmen. Many construction and engineering company being sued because they were involved in the case. The involvement of Camargo Correa, one of the construction companies related to the case made vitor, the chairman, step down from his throne.
It is undeniable that corruption like bribery affect engineering and construction company because of the permit they need to get. It also looked very clear that bribery was a common thing to do business processes. Bribery rates start from small amounts to large amounts. Although it does not originate from the state budget, giving gifts or gratuities and bribery is categorized as corruption because it is detrimental to the principle of justice, violates the code of ethics and criminal law for both parties, and its consequences are damaging to a healthy competition climate.
Prevention of corruption in the business world must be carried out with the principles of Good Corporate Governance of every business actor in their respective companies. Moreover, many elements must be carried out by the business world in its business processes to prevent corruption. First, the leadership’s commitment to implementing anti-corruption and anti-bribery policies. Second, planning that considers laws and regulations relating to corruption and corporate punishment, as well as by identifying risks and mitigating corruption in the corporation. Third, the implementation process which consists of regulating matters that are considered vulnerable, including ongoing training and communication for employees.