Background of the Commission Background of the Commission

The New Organizational set-up

The Commission is comprised of seventeen (17) Directorates and three Services.

 

  • The Directorates are identified as Public and International Relations, Ethics Liaison and Corruption Prevention, Ethics building and Public Participation Coordination, Training Study and Research, Asset Disclosure and Registration, Anti-Corruption legal Advice, Implementation and Experience Formulation, Ethics Infrastructures Directorate, Regional Affairs Coordination, Change Management and Capacity Building, Plan and Budget Administration, Human Resource Administration, Procurement, Finance and Property Administration, Information Communication Technology, Internal Audit, Women and Children Affairs and General Services. The Commissioner’s Office and the Deputy Commissioner’s Office are also part of the Organizational set-up. The Commission currently has 282 staff members (164 male and 118 female). 

 

The core Directorates of the Commission and the major function they perform are presented as follows:

 

  1. Public and International Relations

 

  • Preparing various media messages on anti-corruption,
  • Creating public awareness through anti-corruption messages using mainstream and social media,
  • Building the image of the Commission by organizing corruption prevention, information and preparing a report in a foreign language and making it accessible to continental and international institutions and organizations,
  • Creating relations with continental and international anti-corruption institutions,
  • Preparing and distributing media messages of ethics and
  • Making information on ethics accessible to customers.

 

  1. Ethics Liaison and Corruption Prevention

 

  • Organizing and maintaining detailed information on various institutions of the country,
  • Organizing Ethics Liaison Units in all institutions of the country,
  • Providing capacity building training for all Ethics Liaison Units,
  • Encouraging all Ethics Liaison Units to conduct a study on practices that are prone to corruption,
  • Ensuring the management and staff of all government institutions in the country to register and renew their assets,
  • Capacitating Ethics Liaison Units to raise awareness among the management and staff of their respective institutions on the prevention of corruption,
  • Providing written feedback and rating all Ethics Liaison Units by evaluating their performance,
  • Establishing forums for best practice and experience sharing on corruption prevention with Ethics Liaison Units ,
  • Establishing ethics and anti-corruption clubs at all public and private universities in the country.
  • Rating Institutional Corruption prevention level.

 

  1. Ethics building and Public Participation Coordination
  • Identifying and organizing 10 civil society organizations that have a natural work relationship, mission and objective with the Commission,
  • Assigning, monitoring and supporting the implementation of capacity building training provided for the anti-corruption coalition,
  • Identifying, commissioning, monitoring and supporting volunteer and leading anti-corruption ambassadors,
  • Identifying and working together with stakeholders who play a key role in the fight against corruption,
  • Facilitating experience and expertise sharing forum for the Anti-Corruption Coalition and
  • Organizing workshops, seminars, etc. on ethics and anti-corruption.

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