To be accomplished
Note 1: An goal can be strategic, tactical, or operational in nature.
Note 2: Objectives can be related to various disciplines (such as financial, sales and marketing, procurement, health and safety, and environmental objectives) and applied at different levels (such as strategic, organizational wide, project, product, and process (3.15)).
Note 3 on the entry: An objective can also be stated in other ways, such as as an intended result, a purpose, an operational criterion, an anti-bribery objective, or by using similar terms (e.g. aim, goal, or target).
Note 4 on the entry: Anti-bribery objectives are set by the organisation (3.2), in accordance with the anti-bribery policy (3.10), to accomplish specific results in the context of anti-bribery management systems (3.5).