In this session of the Fifth International Debarment Colloquium, panelists will discuss how different debarment regimes ensure that debarred suppliers do not receive future contracts. In many jurisdictions, this takes the form of a public debarment list that contracting authorities are required to check before awarding contracts. But in other jurisdictions, enforcement is generally limited to a bidder’s self-disclosure obligation. To what extent does the public nature of a debarment decision enhance the broader due diligence efforts of government agencies and third parties? Are there benefits to having jurisdictions share information?