ACT!

Anti-corruption toolkit for public bodies

PARTICIPATING CITIES

Athens

Thanks to its strong and active involvement in this programme, the Municipality of Athens provided practical proof of its intention to embrace innovative approaches to preventing corruption, promoting transparency and fostering democratic participation. As the largest and most populous municipality in Greece, Athens –through its participation in the ACT project– aspires to be a pioneer…

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Madrid

Madrid is the capital of Spain and one of the most important cities in the European Union. The current population is over 3 million, and the metropolitan area has more than 6 million inhabitants. The city of Madrid relies on an open government strategy based on three tenets: Transparency, Open Data, and City Participation and…

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Milan

The Municipality of Milan is of the strong opinion that corruption can only be fought effectively if preventative, as well as punitive, measures are employed. In January 2014, the city approved a Three-Year Anti-Corruption and Transparency Plan, which is updated annually. The Plan, approved by the Municipal Council on the proposal of the Secretary General…

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HOW TO JOIN

Have your institution join the ACT project

Find out how to join the initiative and how to benefit from one or more tools to increase the transparency of your institution

TOOLKIT

Access to information

A self-assessment tool to evaluate and improve municipalities’ access to information rules

Analysing the risks of corruption

A tool to guide institutions in identifying and analysing the risks of corruption

Legislative process tool

A tool to monitor meetings involving our institutional representatives and their financial interests

Open data on procurement procedures

How to implement the international Open Contracting standard and make a city’s public contract data accessible and interoperable

Whistleblowing

How the globaleaks encrypted platforms can facilitate internal reporting

NEWS

An international conference to present the ACT! project’s tools in Europe

The international conference to present the results from the ACT! project will be held on Tuesday, 23rd March at 10.00am. The initiative partners, Access Info Europe, VouliWatch, OnData, the Openpolis Foundation, Avviso Pubblico, and Re-Act, coordinated by Transparency International Italia, have spent two years developing a set of tools to help public bodies prevent any…