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The Anti-Corruption Commission now has a fax machine dedicated to receiving complaints. The complainants wishing to lodge corruption reports via fax are encouraged to fax it to our dedicated fax number 334869.

Towards capacity building of ACC officials

The Anti-Corruption Commission (the Commission) in its continued effort of building its capacity in terms of specialize investigative competency is conducting a five day training on Basic Criminal Intelligence Course (BCIC).

In pursuit of Constructive Citizenry Engagement

Contemporary understanding of democratic governance is about constructive citizenry engagement in development programmes in policy prioritization, budget allocation, expenditure tracking and monitoring results, which is known as social accountability.

Asian Governments to Fight Corruption and Illicit Financial Flows to Restore Trust

A three member team, headed by the Chairperson, Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC), Bhutan attended the 19th Steering Group Meeting of the ADB/OECD Anti-Corruption Initiative for Asia and the Pacific (Initiative) on 2nd September, 2014 and the 8th Regional Anti-Corruption Conferen

NIACS implementation rolled out in 34 agencies under the Executive

The Royal Government of Bhutan (RGoB) adopted the National Integrity and Anti-Corruption Strategy 2014-2018 (NIACS) as the government strategy to build systems integrity against corruption.

National Council completes its first round of E-Learning course on Ethics and Integrity

All the 25 Honorable Members of the National Council of Bhutan have successfully completed the e-learning course on ethics and integrity initiated by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC).

New law proposed to weed out rotten civil servants

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 25 — A special legislation is needed to deal with government officials who flaunt regulations and act against the interest of the public.This was one of the five recommendations moot

Indonesia’s Government and Civil Society in Partnership to Encourage Greater Data Transparency

akarta, 5 September 2014:  The Government of Indonesia today launched Portal Data Indonesia (http://data.id), an initiative the government hopes will encourage more data transparency in the country. 

ACC finds no corruption in Padma Bridge project, all suspects to be excused

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