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.
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.
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