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GLOBAL FORUM V ON FIGHTING CORRUPTION AND SAFEGUARDING INTEGRITY Fulfilling our commitments: Effective action against corruption Sandton Convention Centre, South Africa 2 to 5 April 2007. Sub theme 4: Law Enforcement – TOPIC: ICT as an Instrument of Corruption and a Tool for Law Enforcement.

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GLOBAL FORUM V ON FIGHTING CORRUPTION AND SAFEGUARDING INTEGRITYFulfilling our commitments: Effective action against corruptionSandton Convention Centre, South Africa2 to 5 April 2007

Sub theme 4: Law Enforcement –

TOPIC: ICT as an Instrument of Corruption and a Tool for Law Enforcement

good governance through a corruption management information system

Good Governance througha Corruption Management Information System

Ishara BODASING Tel: +27 83 4112875 Fax: +27 12 329 0632 Email: ishara@dpsa.gov.za

introduction
Introduction
  • Corruption can be viewed as a governance challenge.
  • Address the problem in a co-ordinated, sustainable and informed way.
  • Establish a Corruption Management Information System for data collection and analysis.
objectives
Objectives
  • Constitution calls for co-operative governance.
  • Legislators are taking strong action to better protect the public interest.
  • ICT solution must address some of the key Government Priorities.
open source software
Open Source Software
  • Advantages:
    • support spending with local companies,
    • develop a valuable local skills base,
    • help keep professionals in the country
    • attract talent from abroad,
    • facilitate entrepreneurship and SMME development
    • negates the need for licensing arrangements
methodology
Methodology
  • iterative development allows building on the high level requirements.
  • working web based anti-corruption information management system
  • phases following first iteration focus mainly on integration of sources of data
  • allow for capturing & reporting of information through Internet, Extranet & Intranet using current best technologies & solution practices.
developments
Developments
  • audit anti-corruption capacity, conduct risk assessments and track the process of data collection.
  • Changes may result from:
    • Adjustments in anti-corruption legislation
    • Implementation of an Anti-corruption Strategy
    • Compliance with Governance framework
    • Influence of transformation on the continental and global arena.
departmental information management system
departmental information management system
  • Has a record of all allegations;
  • Is able to track progress with the management of each allegation;
  • Reveals systemic weaknesses and recurring risks, and inform managers and employees of systemic weaknesses/risks;
  • Provides feedback to employees on the management of corruption allegations;
  • Provides minimum information to designated national departments.
profiles of corruption cases
profiles of corruption cases
  • Sector involved (private, public, civil society)
  • Number of offenders involved (individual or organised crime syndicate)
  • Cross border nature of the offence (foreigner, foreign syndicate)
  • Geographical distribution of corruption offences
business benefits
Business Benefits
  • monitor trends, analyse areas of risk and measure the impact of anti-corruption initiatives.
  • Development of strategies & programmes in a coherent, co- ordinated manner;
  • Assist the anti-corruption unit to prioritise, plan & monitor progress;
  • Promote co-operation & information sharing.
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Anti-corruption strategy must address prevention, awareness, detection & enhancement of capacity of law enforcement agencies and other institutions fighting corruption.
  • ICT solution can facilitate transparency and accountability by providing access to information.