The paper aims to examine, with a critical approach, the new regulatory methods that anti-corruption mechanisms have introduced into our legal system. The topic is assessed by exploiting the dialectic between the concepts of knowledge and public power, drawing inspiration from Michael Foucault, who identifies power with a relationship of force. Building on these premises, the study delves into the relationship between the activities of public administration and technical-scientific assessments, specifically focusing on anti-corruption regulatory instruments, particularly in the context of public procurement.

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