NAPC has restored access to the anti-corruption portal with extended functionality

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Peter Kavinsky

The National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption has resumed access to the Anti-Corruption Portal, expanded its functionality and updated sections.

According to Ukrinform, the NACP informs about this in Telegram.

Access to the portal has been completely restricted since the beginning of the Russian Federation’s large-scale war to prevent the possible use of sensitive data against Ukraine and its citizens.

Therefore, after checking the information, the NACP has improved the work of the portal, allowing only the part containing sensitive data to have limited access to the end of martial law.

“Updating the portal’s sections and expanded functionality will help anti-corruption commissioners increase their work efficiency and develop professionally in the field of anti-corruption. After all, the portal easily provides information useful to the commissioners, both for performing professional tasks and for general development and self-improvement,” said Serhiy Derkach, head of the Corruption Prevention and Detection Department at the NAPC.

The following updated sections are currently available on the portal:

  • separate resources from the “Catalogue of Corruption Risks of Authorities” web library in the field of public administration. The materials of the catalog will help organize the monitoring of corruption risks in the public and private sectors;
  • analytical data on the effectiveness of the activities of authorized persons (access to certain sensitive data is limited);
  • section “Professional Development”. It systematizes educational and methodological materials for anti-corruption commissioners in key areas of the organization’s anti-corruption work;
  • events calendar of planned public events;
  • section “Leaders of Change”, which is dedicated to the development of good leadership in public and private institutions, introducing the concept of “tone from above”.

As reported by Ukrinform, the law “On the Fundamental Principles of the State Anti-Corruption Policy for 2021-2025” came into effect on July 10, marking an important step towards Ukraine’s European integration.

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