(MENAFN- The Peninsula) QNA
Doha: The Administrative Control and Transparency Authority organised a training programme on“Assessment and Prevention of Corruption Risks in Governmental Institutions”.
It was held with the aim of enhancing the knowledge and skills of participants in the field of corruption risk assessment regarding familiarity with the different approaches to assessing corruption risks, enable the prioritisation of appropriate measures to prevent and mitigate these risks. The programme will enable the transition from a rules-based approach to a risk-based approach in the application of anti-corruption standards.
The importance of the training programme is to enhance the ability of government institutions to assess and prevent corruption risks, and enhance the ability of government institutions to strengthen prevention and institutional administrative control systems.
The training programme combined theoretical and practical aspects in an interactive training, in which each participant gains theoretical knowledge and practice, where he is guided on how to apply this knowledge and skills in a practical way in his job, in addition to providing the trainees during the theoretical training with theories, national and international standards regarding the assessment and prevention of corruption risks.
This programme comes within the framework of the development plan pursued by the Administrative Control and Transparency Authority to enhance the capabilities of public officials, raise their efficiency and provide them with knowledge that advances their scientific and practical capabilities in the areas of integrity, transparency and prevention of corruption, which contributes to building an important pillar in Qatar National Vision 2030, represented in human development.
The Administrative Control and Transparency Authority has adopted educational and training programmes to raise awareness of state employees, especially employees of financial institutions, and train them to use advanced methods to detect corruption, and prepare them to cooperate with the authority in this field.
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