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Apart from this he suggests that existing expertise could be used more effectively if, for example:
1. Countries could prepare anti-corruption strategies that include the use and development of administrative data;
2. Collaboration between states, perhaps on a regional basis, could be used to develop techniques for interrogating data, preparing anti-corruption strategies, sharing knowledge of corrupt practices, and building operational cooperation between countries; and
3. Consideration should be given by multilateral agencies and regional representative bodies to the development of an international systems assessment schema that would indicate the efficacy and shortcomings of individual administrative systems for the purposes of combatting corruption.
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