The World Federation of Engineering Organizations is an international, non-governmental organization representing the engineering profession worldwide.
Founded in 1968 by a group of regional engineering organizations, under the auspices of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organizations (UNESCO) in Paris, the World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO) brings together national engineering organizations from some 100 nations and represents more than 30 million engineers from around the world.
The Committee on Anti-Corruption (CAC) is a Standing Committee of WFEO with the purpose of engaging the worldwide engineering community in the global efforts to fight corruption.
The Committee on Anti-Corruption’s vision is to be the leading promoter of zero tolerance to corruption and be the best advocators for the reduction and eradication of corruption in the built environment, construction and engineering projects through the enforcement of sound management systems and ethical professional practice.
The Mission Statement for WFEO-CAC is to Increase the understanding of the global, regional, engineering and policy issues and solutions for the combating of corruption in infrastructure and vital services; and gather and disseminate information and provide recommendations on the eradication of corruption in infrastructure projects; as well as develop and promulgate appropriate anti-corruption practices in the least developed, developing and developed countries in engineering and related industries.