The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) launched the exclusive social media accounts Juenlam ACC on WeChat and WhatsApp for reporting corruption offences. The launch, part of an in-house event today, was also an opportunity to offer prayers on the auspicious occasion of the Birth Anniversary of His Majesty The King.
As a tribute to His Majesty The King on the auspicious occasion of the 41st Birth Anniversary, the Hon’ble Chairperson and two Commissioners inaugurated the intranet site of the Department of Investigation on Friday, 19 February 2021. This humble initiative, although small, manifests the Commission’s drive to harness information technology in transforming its communication and learning culture.
Towards facilitating efficient and effective administration and management of Asset Declaration (AD) by the agencies, the Asset Declaration and Management Division (ADMD), Department of Prevention and Education conducted a two hour training session to the newly appointed Asset Declaration Administrators (ADAs).
The Anti-Corruption Commission conducted a half day “Meet the Media” on 5 February 2021 with the representatives from the media firms. The objective of organizing the forum was to connect and communicate with media fraternity towards garnering their support to create informed citizenry on corruption issues and anti-corruption measures.
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