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Ministry of Transport and Communications (MTC)
MINISTRY HOLDS ANTI-CORRUPTION WORKSHOP
31/05/13
The Ministerial Anti-Corruption Unit in collaboration with DCEC, recently held a workshop aimed at training departmental heads on how to identify incidences of corruption and come up with methods of curbing them
The Ministry of Transport and Communications held a three day workshop on Corruption Prevention Committee training starting the 28th May until 30th May 2013 at Maharaja Hotel. The workshop, which was held in collaboration with the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime was aimed at educating departmental heads on how to identify incidences of corruption and come up with methods of curbing them. According to the workshop facilitator, Mr Ntungamili Chidoda “the training workshop aims to highlight corruption trends in the various departments within the Ministry as well as identify loopholes in their systems and how to manage them”. He went on to say that corruption prevention should not be treated as a part time job but a core mandate for the members. Mr Chidoda further mentioned that corruption incidences are in found in all spheres of operations in the workplace such as Human Resource, Procurement, Contract Management and Financial Management. Measures to curb these incidences can be done through Corruption Risk Assessments, Transaction Monitoring and staff sensitization. It was revealed that since 2011 to date, the Ministry of Transport and Communications received over 86 reported incidences of corruption. All of these have been investigated. Investigations are complete and some of these cases closed while others have been referred to the relevant authorities for action.
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