Combatting Fraud and Strengthening Integrity in Governments

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In order to fight corruption and fraud, governments need to be committed to developing a culture of integrity and accountability. It is essential to maintaining trust in governments who are under growing pressure from the public to be more and more transparent. Developing a culture of integrity involves regularly updating standards and guidance as well as monitoring and enforcing it. Governments also need to be able to anticipate risks and apply tailored countermeasures. This 5-day course focuses on the fundamentals of good anti-corruption practice and shows participants how to develop an integrity (anti-corruption) strategy relevant to the needs of the organisation. By attending this course…

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In order to fight corruption and fraud, governments need to be committed to developing a culture of integrity and accountability. It is essential to maintaining trust in governments who are under growing pressure from the public to be more and more transparent. Developing a culture of integrity involves regularly updating standards and guidance as well as monitoring and enforcing it. Governments also need to be able to anticipate risks and apply tailored countermeasures. This 5-day course focuses on the fundamentals of good anti-corruption practice and shows participants how to develop an integrity (anti-corruption) strategy relevant to the needs of the organisation. By attending this course participants will learn how to: Develop an analysis of strengths and weaknesses which can form the basis of a strategy and action plan for fighting corruption within the institution. These individual plans can be compared and harmonised across the full range of institutions. Identify specific areas of corruption and/or areas at risk of corruption. Identify and address gaps or inconsistencies and area which are weak or under-resourced. Create an inventory with a brief outline of the establishment and mandate of each institution and the responsibilities it has in fighting corruption or other relevant areas. Develop and manage an integrity committee, set up reporting lines Develop and maintain and integrity communications strategy Who should attend The course has been specially designed for Government entities in charge of designing and implementing integrity and corruption prevention policies; anti-corruption/governance specialists, democracy and governance advisors and programme managers working in governments.
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