Inspection & Consultancy Services

Conducting Inspection and Advisory Service for the Ministry / Department / Agency as to ensure the system is checked and the working procedures is followed.  These would reduce malpractices, abuse of power and chances for corruption. The focus areas are as follows: khidmateng

Corporate Integrity Pledge (CIP)

Corporate Integrity Pledge Implementation focuses on the involvement of the private sector and the government, such as Banking Institutions, Government Investment Company (GIC), Government Linked Company (GLC) and others again in the fight against corruption. The implementation of these pledges focus on industries with high risk and affected include sectors such as transportation, construction, banking, medical and others. Fighting corruption in the corporate sector by supporting five principles, namely:




Corruption Risk Management

To encourage organizations to develop a Risk Management Plan of Corruption as a planned approach to the strengthening of good governance that can cover spaces and opportunities for corruption, abuse of power and corruption in the organization.

Establishment of Integrity Units


The establishment of Integrity Unit in government agencies is in accordance with Service Circular No. 6 Year 2013 effective on 1st January 2013.


The objective of Integrity Unit is to integrate all integrity matters under specific unit in more planning and focusing manner.


The main function of Integrity Unit is to deal with integrity matters in the organization with the responsibility to carry out six (6) core functions stated in the circular as follow;

a) Governance

To ensure the practice of good governance;

b) Integrity Enhancement

To ensure the process of culturing, institutionalising and implementating integrity in the organization;

c) Detection and Verification

i. To detect and verify complaints of crime and violation of code of conduct and ethics of the organization and to ensure appropriate action taken; and

ii. To report crime offences to the relevant enforcement agencies;

d) Complaint Management

To receive and act upon all complaints/information of crimes and violations of code of conduct and ethics in the organization;

e) Compliance

To ensure the compliance of laws and regulations in force; and

f) Disciplinary

As a secretariat for Disciplinary Board.


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