INTEGRITÁS(Z) international professional conference in the State Audit Office of Hungary on the Anti-corruption Day
The State Audit Office of Hungary (SAO) is launching an EU funded project in order to map corruption risks and strengthen integrity within public administration. The project is based on the results of a twinning light project that was completed successfully with the Netherlands Court of Audit in 2008. The integrity project corresponds with the strategy and work of the SAO. Its goal is to map, classify and analyze corruption risks within the public sector, to develop the integrity approach in the audit practice and the administration as a whole and also to find a solution for operational deficiencies.
Main Details about the Project
Programme providing funding:
|’Mapping Corruption Risks - Strengthening Integrity Based Administration’ (priority project)|
State Reform Operational Programme of the New Hungary Development Plan
General Public Sector
State Audit Office of Hungary
VÁTI Hungarian Public Nonprofit Ltd. Company for Regional Development and Town Planning
1 December 2009 - 31 October 2011
The Aims of the Project
The main goal is to explore, map and classify corruption risks within public administration, establishing a better audit practice and enhanced compliance with legal/ethical norms and transparency along with professional innovation:
To maintain the results achieved a proposal is drafted for the government about the experiences gained from the integrity project covering the necessary amendments to regulations and other proposals considering the tasks assigned to SAO. The proposal shall be sent to all audit and control organizations within the government. A summary shall be made about the experiences and the outcome of the project and be published on the Internet.
The main expected results of the project are the following:
The project is funded by the European Union and co-financed by the European Social Fund.