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OECD Public Governance Reviews
OECD Integrity Review of Italy
Reinforcing Public Sector Integrity, Restoring Trust for Sustainable Growth
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  10 oct 2013
Pages: 152 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264193802 , Code OCDE: 422013081P1
Prix:   €35 | $49 | £31 | ¥4500 | MXN630 , Frais de livraison inclus
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In response to the ongoing economic crisis, Italy is undertaking a series of critically important reforms, combining pro-growth policies with severe austerity measures to achieve fiscal consolidation. The success of these structural reforms will rely heavily on the capacity of the government to restore trust in its ability and commitment to guide the country towards sustainable economic growth. At the time of this publication, however, less than a quarter of Italian citizens trusted the quality of government decision-making. Concerns over public integrity and corruption stand out as key elements underlying this prevailing lack of trust.

To restore the deficit of trust in the Italian government, the public sector needs to be embedded within a comprehensive integrity framework. Law 190 of November 6, 2012 (the Anti-Corruption Law) enshrines public sector integrity management and strengthens existing corruption prevention provisions through the designation of a new anti-corruption authority, a detailed framework for the adoption of a national anti-corruption plan, and new provisions regarding the conduct and prevention of conflict of interests in the public sector.

This OECD Integrity Review provides guidance on the implementation of key integrity and corruption prevention elements of the Law, most notably those concerning institutional coordination, the regulation of conduct and whistleblower protection, and management of integrity risks in public sector activities. The review concludes each chapter with proposals for action, with OECD member countries’ best practices in mind, with the ultimate goal of supporting Italy in its efforts to enhance integrity in the public sector and restore trust.


Tables des matières:

Executive Summary
-Structural reforms require trust to be successfully restored
-Trust can be restored by strengthening public sector integrity
-Comprehensive public sector integrity reform: The challenge of institutionalisation
-Key findings and recommendations
Chapter 1: Restoring confidence in sustainable growth
-Introduction
-Key facts and data about Italy
-Revenue, expenditure and debt
-Public procurement
-Integrity and transparency
-Italy hit hard by the economic and financial crisis
-Restoring trust vital for sustainable economic growth
-Restoring trust in the public sector calls for more integrity, less corruption
-Bibliography
Chapter 2: Strengthening integrity in the Italian public sector
-Earlier efforts to enhance transparency, accountability and openness
-Bibliography
Chapter 3: The new Anti-Corruption Law
-History of the Anti-Corruption Law
-The content of the Anti-Corruption Law
Chapter 4: Institutional co-ordination
-Key elements for effective anti-corruption bodies
-The need to co-ordinate bodies with anti-corruption mandates in Italy
-Anti-corruption bodies’ political independence critical to their effectiveness
-Resources key to sustainable, effective anti-corruption institutional set-up
-Proposals for action
-Bibliography
Chapter 5: Codes of conduct
-Towards a culture of integrity in the civil service: Values and standards of conduct
-Building consensus on values and public employees’ ownership of codes of conduct
-Towards high standards of conduct: Educating public servants in codes of conduct
-Monitoring the implementation of codes of conduct
-Enforcement and compliance: Incorporating ethics into the management framework
-Proposals for action
-Annex 5.A1. Australian public service values
-Annex 5.A2. The Canadian Values and Ethics Code for the Public Service
-Annex 5.A3. The Austrian Code of Conduct to Prevent Corruption: the responsibility rests with me
-Bibliography
Chapter 6:Whistleblower protection
-Whistleblower protection as an integral part of integrity frameworks
-Whistleblower protection in Italy
-The Anti-Corruption Law’s provision on whistleblower protection
-Gap and mitigation analysis of whistleblower protection in the Anti-Corruption Law
-Clear, comprehensive legislation
-Mechanisms for protection
-Clear procedures and channels for reporting wrongdoing
-Enforcement mechanisms
-Proposals for action
-Bibliography
Chapter 7: Integrity risk management
-A continuous, integrated process that increases value, prevents corruption, restores trust
-Provisions in Italy's new Anti-Corruption Law related to risk management
-Issues to consider in support of the effective implementation of risk management
-Implement risk management in incremental steps and learn by doing
-Allocating resources to determine risk thresholds
-Supporting lessons learned across public organisations
-Proposals for action
-Annex 7.A1. Integrity gap analysis: Implementing peer recommendations would strengthen provisions of the new Anti-Corruption Law
-Bibliography

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