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Corruption Risk AnalysisPrint

Corruption risk analysis means anti-corruption analysis of the activities of a state or a municipal institution following the procedure prescribed by the Government, and presentation of motivated conclusions about the development of an anti-corruption programme and proposals about the content of the programme; recommendations concerning other corruption prevention measures to state and municipal institutions which are responsible for the implementation of such measures.

When performing a corruption risk analysis, the following is considered:

1. grounded opinion on the probability of corruption and related information;
2. findings of social surveys;
3. opportunity for one employee to make a decision with regard to public funds and other assets;
4. remoteness of employees and structural units from the headquarters;
5. independence and discretion of employees in making decisions;
6. level of monitoring over employees and structural units;
7. requirements to comply with the normal operational procedure;
8. level of staff rotation (cyclical change);
9. documentation requirements applied to operations and concluded transactions;
10. external and internal auditing of state or municipal entities;
11. framework for adoption and assessment of legislation;
12. other information necessary to perform a corruption risk analysis.

Related legal acts:

Procedure for the analysis of corruption risk

Law on Prevention of Corruption


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