The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) in collaboration with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) hosted the 21st Steering Group Meeting, the 14th Regional Seminar and the 2nd Law Enforcement Network (LEN) meeting of the ADB/OECD Anti-Corruption Initiative for Asia and the Pacific.
The Anti-Corruption Commission is pleased to announce the vacancy for in service civil servant:
A two-day training on Financial and Conflict of Interest (CoI) verification of Asset Declarations (AD) was conducted in ACC from 14-15 November 2016. About 24 officials of ACC attended the training. The training was facilitated by an Anti-Corruption expert Dr. Tilman Hoppe from Germany.
ACC presented the findings of the systemic review study titled Review to Strengthen Systems related to Trade and Customs in Bhutan to the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Ministry of Finance on 27thOctober 2016 at the Conference Hall of Department of Trade.
Help us be more efficient and effective by providing true complaints with specific details. You could also stand as witness and informer.Your identity and liability shall be protected as per the witness protection sections under chapter 7 of the Anti-Corruption Act of Bhutan 2011. Avoid filing vindictive and malicious complaints. A complainant or informer who knowingly gives any false or misleading information with malicious intend shall be guilty of an offence and liable under section 80 of the Anti-Corruption Act of Bhutan 2011.
Why to report Corruption?
Every citizen is encouraged to report corruption to the ACC responsibly and in the larger national interest. Your identity will be protected with absolute confidentiality.
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