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NACP appoints Chief Digital Transformation Officer (CDTO) and Enhances Cooperation With The Ministry Of Digital Transformation
The National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) and the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine signed a memorandum of cooperation. This will allow the NACP to implement digital solutions in its activities, and the Ministry of Digital Transformation will be able to effectively identify and combat corruption risks. In addition, as part of the cooperation and development of best practices in digital transformation, the NACP became one of the first government agencies to introduce the position of a Chief Digital Transformation Officer (CDTO). Stanislav Haider was appointed ...
Oleksandr NovikovHead of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention April 24 marked 100 days since we initiated the most important stage of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) reboot process and engaged new professionals to work in the agency. These 100 days allowed us to form a basis for developing effective corruption prevention and helped us renew the trust and support of Ukraine’s international partners. I can confidently say that because of the measures we have taken, the Ukrainian people will positively evaluate the NACP’s work in the near future. And, a n...
Head of NACP Novikov Presents Draft National Report on Implementation of Anti-Corruption Policy Principles to the Government
On April 15, at a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, Head of National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption (NACP) Oleksandr Novikov presented a draft National Report on the Implementation of Anti-Corruption Policy Principles in 2019. The report is prepared annually by the NACP to assess anti-corruption measures in Ukraine, identify key issues in the implementation of anti-corruption policy, and provide recommendations to government agencies on actions needed for the improvement of anti-corruption efforts. "The national report we are presenting today is the first step tow...
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Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation between National Agency on Corruption Prevention of Ukraine and Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau of Latvia Protocol of Cooperation between the National Agency on Corruption Prevention of Ukraine and the Anti-corruption General Directorate within the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Romania in the field of corruption prevention Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation between National Anti-corruption Authority of the Republic of Italy and National Agency on Corruption Prevention of Ukraine Letter of intent between the National Ag...
Compliance Report of GRECO’s Fourth Evaluation Round
On March 26, 2020, the Group of States Against Corruption (GRECO) published on its official website the Compliance Report assessing the measures taken by Ukraine to implement the recommendations issued in the Fourth Round Evaluation Report in respect of members of parliament, judges and prosecutors, which was adopted at GRECO's 76th Plenary Meeting (June 23, 2017). The Compliance Report was adopted on December 6, 2019, at GRECO's 84th Plenary Meeting held in Strasbourg, France on December 2-6, 2019. The document concludes that Ukraine has implemented satisfactorily or dealt with in a s...
NACP Cooperates with Investigative Journalists
Representatives of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) shared their experience in preventing and detecting corruption with Maksym Opanasenko, editor of “Nashi Hroshi” (“Our Money”) TV-program. «If the authorized capital of the company is one thousand hryvnias, its director is at the same time a beneficiary ofthis company, the enterprise is registered in an apartment in Kyiv, and its beneficiary is from another part of Ukraine – it should be a red flag for us and we should ask ourselves: is this a real company and when it is engaged in something other than financing one poli...
NACP New Executive Team Sets Its Work Priorities
Olexandr Novikov, Head of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP), appointed NACP’s new executive team. All the representatives of the new management have experience of conducting successful anti-corruption projects and developing effective methods for corruption prevention. NACP Deputy Chairman Ivan Presniakov participated in the development of key anti-corruption laws such as "On Prevention of Corruption" and "On the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine". During the reboot phase, the Agency has ensured the process of renewing NACP cooperation with NGOs and internationa...
International Partners Restore Cooperation With NACP
On January 31, 2020, representatives of international donor organizations announced the decision to renew support for the implementation of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) projects during a meeting with the NAPC leadership. “We see that the Government is making every effort to restart the National Agency. Having a new leadership is a good sign, but it's also important to have a new Anti-Corruption Strategy. Your priorities should be the electronic declaration system and financing of political parties. When we made the decision to stop helping the NACP, we were convinced...
Head of NACP Determines Responsibilities of His Deputies
The Head of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) Oleksandr Novikov introduced his Deputies - Ivan Presniakov and Roman Sukhostavets. According to the Head of NACP, Roman Sukhustavets will oversee the work of the departments responsible for the verification of declarations, lifestyle monitoring and preventing political corruption. Ivan Presniakov will be responsible for coordinating anti-corruption policy development, monitoring of compliance with legislation on conflicts of interest, and other restrictions on corruption prevention. NACP Chairman also intro...
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