New from KI: Natalie Duffy examines how the adoption of an open, non-proprietary identifier system would help improve federal procurement transparency.
A major new investigative report revealed how $20 billion was laundered out of Russia and found its way to more than 5,000 companies with accounts in 732 banks in 96 countries. (OCCRP)
The three main Russians behind the superstructure of banks, courts, and businesses (real and fake) are detailed here.
Brian Whitmore of RFE/RL discusses the scheme and its national security implications here.
The EU Observer breaks down how much of the money ended up in which European Union member states …read more
Source: Kleptocracy Initiative