Monitoring of Georgia’s Implementation of OECD’s Anti Corruption Network for Transitions Economies Recommendations
The project aimed at ensuring implementation of the recommendations developed under the Anti-Corruption Action Plan by the Anti-Corruption Network for Transition Economies (ACN) – a regional anti-corruption program of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). To accomplish this, TI Georgia continued to monitor action taken by the government of Georgia to implement the ACN recommendations and present the respective findings to the OECD ACN and the Georgian public. This project included the following activities:
(1) Monitoring government institutions at the central and local level to track developments on important legislation and regulatory decisions that relate to the ACN recommendations;
(2) Analyzing corruption cases at the local level in order to identify the most frequently occurring types of corruption in the regions, the sectors most vulnerable to corruption, the levels where corruption occurs, the regional distribution of corruption cases, and the root causes of corruption, and;
(3) Preparing an independent, alternative report that will outline the main developments and opinions around the ACN targeted policy issues, including divergent views and recommendations. In addition, TI Georgia prepared an analysis of corruption at the local level. Both TI Georgia’s alternative report and the local corruption analysis report were submitted to the ACN before its review meeting and the findings were presented during that meeting.