Prevention and Education

Effective service delivery through institutionalizing integrity measures

Upon the invitation of the Thimphu Dzongkhag, a half day explanation session on the findings of the National Integrity Assessment (NIA) was held amidst the attendance of the Dzongdag, Dzongrab and Internal Auditor of the Thimphu Dzongkhag Administration on 18th February 2014. The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) was represented by Commissioner Thinlay Wangdi and Mr. Kezang Tshering, Asst. Research Officer.

National Integrity Assessment (NIA)-Ensuring fairness, transparency and accountability in service delivery

Upon the invitation of the Ministry of Works and Human Settlement (MoWHS), a team from the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) led by the Chairperson presented the 2nd National Integrity Assessment (NIA) findings to the ministry on 14th February 2014 at the MoWHS conference hall. The 2 hour long session was attended by the Hon’ble Minister, Secretary and 31 senior officials of the ministry.

Upholding integrity and self policing at the National Council

On 12th December 2013, which also coincided with the National Anti-Corruption Week (10-16th Dec 2013), the honorable members of the National Council (NC) headed by the Chairperson and 3 officials of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) led by the Director, had a day long exercise on the Corruption Risk Management (CRM) tool and administering of the Integrity Diagnostic Tool (IDT).