The Constitution of the Kingdom of Bhutan and the Anti-Corruption Act of Bhutan requires every person to report acts of corruption to the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC). Accordingly, the ACC has been receiving complaints on suspected corrupt behavior. However, after deployment of substantial human and financial resources to validate the allegations and take matters to logical conclusions, it is observed that a large number of complaints are either false or baseless, thus leading to huge waste of public resources.
ACC held interactive session with Local Government Chairpersons on 18 January 2017 during their 9th conference held in Phuentsholing from 15 to 18 January 2017. The conference themed ''Towards Greater Decentralization and Participatory Governance'' was an ideal platform for the ACC to garner support of the Local Government functionaries in enhancing transparency, accountability and integrity to prevent corruption and improve public service delivery. It was indeed an opportunity for ACC to interact with the newly elected local leaders and exchange perspectives in terms of advancing the national agenda of reducing corruption.
Anti-Corruption Commission invites sealed bids from eligible suppliers for the supply of:
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On invitation from the Royal Institute of Management (RIM), a team comprising of two members led by the Director from the Department of Prevention and Education (DoPE) conducted an interactive session on Anti-Corruption - Ethics and Integrity during the orientation program on January 5, 2017. A total of 261 Technical Graduates attended the four days program (3 - 6 January 2017) organized by the RIM to orient, familiarize and facilitate the participants on the prerequisite understanding of Civil Service Role.
The Anti-Corruption Commission, in exercise of the power conferred under section 107 and section 103 of the Anti-Corruption Act of Bhutan 2011, hereby notifies the general public that the following asset shall be frozen against any transaction and development activities with immediate effect.For more details CLICK HERE
Why to report Corruption?
Every citizen is encouraged to report corruption to the ACC responsibly and in the larger national interest.Your identity will be protected with absolute confidentiality.
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You can report corruption through:
•PHONE • FAX • MAIL • ACC WEBSITE(Online) • WALK-IN
Call us at: +975-2-322987; Fax: 334869; E-mail: email@example.com
Or download complaint reporting form,and send it to us through fax, post or e-mail.
No. of complaints received over the years
Help us be more efficient and effective by providing true complaints with specific details. You could also stand as witness and informer.Your identity and liability shall be protected as per the witness protection sections under chapter 7 of the Anti-Corruption Act of Bhutan 2011. Avoid filing vindictive and malicious complaints. A complainant or informer who knowingly gives any false or misleading information with malicious intend shall be guilty of an offence and liable under section 80 of the Anti-Corruption Act of Bhutan 2011.