CPIB

AcronymDefinition
CPIBCorrupt Practices Investigation Bureau
CPIBCentre for Plant Integrative Biology (University of Nottingham; Nottingham, England, UK)
CPIBCommandant's Professional Intermediate-Level Education Board (US Marine Corps)
CPIBCanadian Professional Insurance Broker (designation; Insurance Brokers Association of Canada)
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CPIB is considered an accurate outcome measure in compliance with NIH PROMIS guidelines that harness recent advances in information technology, psychometrics, and qualitative, cognitive, and health survey research.
The USAID (2006) summarises some of the successful factors for anti-corruption agencies (including ICAC and CPIB).
The CPIB further stated that Singapore has always adopted a zero tolerance policy approach towards corruption, adding that match fixing of any form is an unforgivable offence in the country.
The CPIB shares a lack of independence with the MACC.
Our Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) annually tabulates the cases brought against officers and executives from the public and private sectors.
Second, new laws were enacted to strengthen the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) (an independent institution housed in the Prime Minister's Office where its Director is answerable only to the Prime Minister, and its officers, who are appointed by the President).
The CPIB is an official Singaporean agency devoted to rooting out corruption.