EU launches a new Twinning Programme on integrity and preventing corruption in the public sector in Armenia
The 2nd և 4th components of the Twinning are aimed at the introduction of strategic communication in the prevention of corruption, cooperation mechanisms, and integrity structures in state-owned organizations (corruption risk assessment).
Workshop on Project planning, development and implementation with the participation of the CPC staff
The employees of the RA Ministry of Justice, the Corruption Prevention Commission, the Prosecutor General's Office, the Supreme Judicial Council and the Judicial Department participated in the workshop.
Identification, Assessment and Management of Corruption Risks in the Foreign and Domestic Investments of the State. Visit of the CPC Delegation to Uzbekistan
The Armenian delegation presented the Commission's spheres of activity, in particular, the status of the Commission, the scope of powers, the peculiarities of the declaration system, the declaration of interests and expenses, the possibilities of using the declaration system, analyzing the facts. as well as the standards that underlie the identification, assessment and management of corruption risks.
Gifts received by public officials will be registered in the electronic registry. the reference of First Channel News
In order to control and increase the transparency of the gifts received by public servants a centralized electronic register of gifts will be introduced in our country. The Chief Methodologist of the Methodological Support Department of the Corruption Prevention Commission Narine Avetisyan interviewed to First Channel News journalist Nare Voskanyan.
The Commission will soon have not only a criminal but also an administrative violation whistleblowing system
The Chairwoman of the Corruption Prevention Commission Haykuhi Harutyunyan participated at the Armenian Forum of Democracy event, which was organized by Freedom House and Union of Informed Citizens NGO within the framework of the Promotion of Democratic Culture in Armenia program.
Workshop for Corruption Prevention Commission on Identification of Illegal Assets
The staff of the Commission participated in the workshop. The workshop was attended by members of the Anti-Corruption Commission, who were previously familiar with Brave Browser, TOR Onion Router, DuckDuckGo Internet search engines. They were previously got familiar with Brave Browser, TOR Onion Router, DuckDuckGo Internet search engines.
Memorandum of cooperation between French University in Armenia and Corruption Prevention Commission
The Participants agreed to organize and jointly implement measures of mutual interest to prevent corruption and educate informed citizens. It is planned to organize meetings of the representatives of the Commission with the students and lecturers of French University in Armenia, and lectures on the issues related to the sphere of activity of the Commission.
Exchange of anti-corruption experience between Romania and Armenia. visit of the CPC delegation to Romania
Representatives of the Commission, the National Assembly and non-governmental organizations within the framework of the program met with representatives of a number of Romanian state institutions, including anti-corruption bodies, the National Assembly, as well as non-governmental organizations and the media.
A survey on the manifestations of corruption among public officials
Sasun Hambardzumyan, Head of the Department of the Public Education and Awareness Programs Monitoring of the Corruption Prevention Commission, presents some details in a question-and-answer format from the planned survey on corruption manifestations and their perceptions among public officials in cooperation with the Commission and the World Bank. What is the purpose and target group of the survey? For the first time in the state administration system of the Republic of...
Successful examples abroad can be applied in the fight against corruption in Armenia
The Commission delegation met with state institutions such as the Supreme Judicial Council, the Supreme Prosecutorial Council, the HIDAACI, as well as the OSCE Office in Albania, the EU Delegation, the Ministry of Justice, and the Helsinki Committee of Albania.
Armenia Launches the Public Sector Accountability Assessment Project
The purpose of Armenia’s public sector survey is to support the Corruption Prevention Commission and other government agencies in the comprehensive assessment of causes, patterns and consequences of corruption in Armenia’s public administration sector. The survey is led by the Corruption Prevention Commission with the support of the World Bank.
The importance of program budgeting. Some features were introduced to the content departments
Representatives of non-financial subdivisions of the RA Ministry of Justice, the Supreme Judicial Council, the Judicial Department, the RA Prosecutor's Office and the Corruption Prevention Commission participated in the workshop.