Annual Reports

ACC Annual Report 2019

ACC Annual Report 2019 (English)

ACC Annual Report 2019 (Dzongkha)

ACC Annual Report 2018

ACC Annual Report 2018(English)

ACC Annual Report 2018(Dzongkha)

ACC Annual Report 2017

ACC Annual Report 2017(English)

ACC Annual Report 2017(Dzongkha)

ACC Annual Report 2016 ACC Annual Report 2016(English)
ACC Annual Report 2015 ACC Annual Report 2015(English)

ACC Annual Report 2014

ACC Annual Report 2014(English)

ACC Annual Report 2014 (Dzongkha)

ACC Annual Report 2013 ACC Annual Report 2013 (English)

ACC Annual Report 2012

ACC Annual Report 2012(English)

ACC Annual Report 2012 (Dzongkha)

ACC Annual Report 2011

ACC Annual Report 2010

The annual report is an appraisal on the anti-corruption policies and strategies, trends of corruption and its impact, challenges and opportunities and the performance of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) and agencies (limited in the absence of any monitoring and evaluation system). It is a premise for fixing accountability on the ACC chairperson and heads of institutions and agencies for their failure or non-performance.

Annual Report (Dzongkha)

Annual Report (English)

ACC Annual Report 2009

This is the Anti-Corruption Commission’s (ACC) 3rd annual report to the Parliament and the 2nd report to the first Parliament. The objectives of the report are to (i) apprise the Parliament on the trends of corruption and its impact, challenges and opportunities, anticorruption policies and strategies and (ii) evaluate the performance of ACC in particular and agencies in general and fix accountability for failures or non-performance.

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ACC Annual Report 2008

ACC Annual Report 2008(Dzongkha)

ACC Annual Report 2008(English)

ACC Annual Report 2007

Annual Report 2007 (English)

Annual Report 2007 (Dzongkha)

An Apprasial Report 2006

This report is only an appraisal of anti-corruption activities undertaken by the office of the Anti-Corruption Commission in close collaboration with agencies since its establishment on January 4,2006. We have attempted to make it comprehensive by taking stock of the government’s

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