The role of the Inspection and Consultation Division is to provide advisory services to the head of public bodies in identifying the causes of corruption, abuse of power and misappropriation related to practices, systems and work procedures. This is followed by consultation to the organisation, including providing recommendations for improvement so that appropriate amendments are made on the practices, systems and procedures towards the prevention of corruption, abuse of power and misappropriation. This role is as stipulated under the functions of Commission officers in Section 7 (c), (d) dan (e) of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009.
This division also monitors the implementation of several anti-corruption products, such as the Corruption Risk Management (CRM) Plan, Corporate Integrity Pledge (CIP), Anti-Bribery Management System (ABMS) MS ISO 370001:2016, Implementation of the Guideline for Adequate Procedures, National Anti-Corruption Plan (NACP), Organisational Anti-Corruption Plan (OACP), Briefings on Corporate Liability (Section 17A), Gift Information Centre and the Corporate Integrity System Malaysia (CISM) Portal.
These initiatives are the impetus in corruption prevention efforts in the public and private sectors and corporate bodies. The involvement of all parties remain essential and various steps could be taken by organisations including studies to identify corruption risk, implementation procedures to determine and improve anti-corruption practices as well as a monitoring system to ensure continuous improvement.
BPMP exercises its functions pursuant to the provision under Section 7 (c), (d) dan (e) of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009.
Section 7 (c):
To examine the practices, systems and procedures of public bodies in order to facilitate the discovery of offences under the MACC Act 2009 and to secure the revision of such practices, systems or procedures as in the opinion of the Chief Commissioner may be conducive to corruption.
Section 7 (d):
To instruct, advise and assist any person on ways in which corruption may be eliminated.
Section 7 (e):
To advise heads of public bodies of any changes in practices, systems or procedures compatible with the effective discharge of the duties of the public bodies as the Chief Commissioner thinks necessary to reduce the likelihood of the occurrence of corruption.
Core Services Of BPMP
BPMP provides 5 core services in order to achieve the above mentioned activities, which are advisory via inspection of systems and procedures, Workshop of Corruption Risk Management (CRM), Corporate Integrity Pledge (CIP), Gift Information Centre and Centre of Corruption Prevention Best Practices.
These services are conducted by the 2 sectors under BPMP, namely Public Sector and Private Sector. While Coordination and Planning Unit of BPMP plays its administration, finance and coordination function to support the 5 core services.
Public Sector Focus Areas
Public Sector of BPMP inspects and provides advisory services to Ministries/ Departments/ Agencies to help reduce the likelihood of the occurrence of corruption, embezzlement and abuse of power. The main focus areas of this sector are Enforcement, Procurement, Licensing, Management of Land and Construction.
Private Sector Focus Areas
Private Sector of BPMP carries out engagement activities with the private companies, government-owned corporations and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO) to promoting corruption prevention measures through the programmes of Corporate Integrity Pledge (CIP) and implementation of ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management System (ABMS).
For any enquiries, please contact the following Liaison Officer or the Director of Division:
SAC Azian binti Umar