On October 1, 2021, the Research and Analysis Division of the IAAC presented the Corruption Risk Assessment report to the government organizations.
The selection of organizations to be assessed in the 2021 Corruption Risk Assessment was chosen regarding the Integrity Assessment score and the number of corruption cases. The Corruption Risk assessment was commissioned by the IAAC and carried out by “Onch Shiidel” NGO and “Golden Page Audit” LLC.
“Dornod Energy System” SOE, Dornod Aimag Specialized Inspection Department of the Dornod province, Agricultural Support Fund, and Science and Technology Fund were assessed based on the criteria mentioned above. Reports were presented to the organization's senior officials, which they exchanged views on cooperation, appropriate measures to reduce identified risks, and implementing the recommendations.
During the assessment, budget, finance, transparency of procurement of goods, human resources, anti-corruption efforts, management, and record-keeping were assessed to be with high corruption risk.
Since 2018, more than 50 government organizations and SOE were assessed. Assessing the risk of corruption in a public organization is the process of identifying potentially corrupt situations in an organization, using it as a source of information to improve public services, directing anti-corruption activities, and preventing corruption.
Independent NGOs are selected and co-organized to ensure the participation of non-governmental organizations in anti-corruption activities.