Inspection and Consultation Division (BPMP) conducts inspections and consultations to overcome weaknesses in practices, systems and procedures of organizations in order to minimise the opportunities for criminal acts of corruption and improve good governance practices. BPMP carries out its responsibilities as stated in the Section 7 (c), (d) and (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 for 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.
BPMP Core Services
To achieve its aim, BPMP provides several core services as follows: