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  1. National Integrity System Assessment Tool Transparency International Secretariat www.transparency.org

  2. What is a National Integrity System Assessment? Holistic assessment of a country’s ‘integrity system’ Focus on corruption prevention system (both in law and in practice) Based on belief that corruption is best fought/avoided by institutional safe-guards & reforms Complements TI’s global indices Provides evidence-based policy recommendations Carried out in-country by lead researcher working closely with TI National Chapter Conceptual foundation for much of TI’s work (TI Source Book) Wide global application to date

  3. Dual Purpose of the NIS Improved understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of the country’s National Integrity System among anti-corruption community Momentum built among key anti-corruption stakeholders for addressing priority reform areas in national integrity system

  4. SUSTAIN-ABLE DEVELOP-MENT RULE OF LAW QUALITY OF LIFE N A T I O N A L I N T E G R I T Y SOCIETY L ACTORS SECTOR OMBUDSMAN PUBLIC SERVICE CIVIL AUDITOR GENERAL LEGISLATURE MEDIA WATCHDOG AGENCIES EXECUTIVE JUDICIARY PRIVATE INTERNATION P U B L I C A W A R E N E S S S O C I E T Y’ S V A L U E S

  5. NIS Pillars – which institutions make up the National Integrity System? Legislature Executive Judiciary Law Enforcement Agencies Public Sector Electoral Management Body Supreme Audit Institution Ombudsman Anti-corruption Agencies Political Parties Civil Society Media Business

  6. 3 Core Dimensions of each institution assessed 2. Internal Governance – Transparency, Accountability and Integrity 1. Capacity – Resources and Independence 3. Role within the system

  7. How to assess the institutions? Toolkit, set of ‘indicator questions’ & training provided by TI-S to country team Qualitative Data Desk Review of existing secondary data Key Informant Interviews with ‘insiders’ and ‘outsiders’ Freedom of Information transparency field tests Quantitative element Scoring of indicators based on guidelines in toolkit Consultative component NIS Advisory Group National Stakeholder Workshop External Reviewer

  8. Logistics Approximately 12 months to complete (+ 12 months for advocacy) Hiring lead researcher and coordinator 5-6 months research Consultation with stakeholders Publication Follow up advocacy $$$?

  9. Assessment Results Detailed qualitative reports with recommendations for reform

  10. Summary of Quantitative Results – Turks and Caicos Islands

  11. Summary of Quantitative Results - UK

  12. Using NIS Studies for Policy Reform Bosnia:starting point for anti-corruption strategy Hungary: Impetus for introduction of whistleblower protection legislation Cameroon:Basis for civil society advocacy for reform Georgia: Initial govt scepticism but eventual constructive engagement on findings

  13. For more information visit: www.transparency.org