The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) is preparing to roll out implementation of “Private Sector Integrity Programme 2015 to 2018” in collaboration with Transparency International Malaysia (TI-M). It entails training companies on, among others, Model Business Code of Conduct, Corporate Integrity Pledge, Business Integrity Portal to strengthen integrity and trust of private sector.
Prevention and Education
Upon the invitation of Dagana Dzongkhag (district) Administration, a two member team led by Commissioner Thinlay Wangdi conducted Corruption Risk Management (CRM) workshop on 6th August, 2014. A total of 50 participants including Dasho Dzongdag (governor), Dzongrab (dy. governor), sector heads and other officials attended the session.
All organizations including anti-corruption agencies are equally susceptible to corruption. The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) entrusted with the lead responsibility of fighting corruption, has even bigger responsibility of resisting corruption and leading by example. Corruption in any organization cannot be more devastating than the existence of corruption in the ACC.
Upon the invitation by the Bhutan National Bank Limited (BNBL), a two member team lead by Commissioner Kezang Jamtsho from the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) shared the disintegrated National Integrity Assessment (NIA) results to the Management of BNBL comprising of 7 officials including the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) on 17th March, 2014. The meeting was held in the CEO’s chamber.