The Anti-Corruption Institute was founded in 2018. It is a non-profit organization, that seeks to identify, investigate and analyze the causes and effects of corruption, ethical violations, abuses of power and the wider lack of transparency, integrity and accountability in public administration and the private sector, both nationally and internationally, in order to propose comprehensive and multidisciplinary solutions aimed at the eradication, mitigation and/or control of the associated risks.
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First report of the Zero Impunity project reveals an increase in cases of administrative corruption
The report is compiled using graphs and databases provided by the Attorney General’s Office, the Supreme Court of Justice, the National Electoral Council and the Council of State; and from these graphs, the report included a description and analysis of the information presented.
Records of income and meetings from MicTIC associated with the Digital Centers project
The Anticorruption Institute makes available to journalists and citizens the records of income and meetings that the Ministry of Information Technologies and Communications has maintained in relation to the process of design, award and supervision of the contractual process FTIC-LP-038-2020.
Junco in Paradise
The Speaker of the House of Representatives is an imposter. According to the Externado University, Jennifer Arias plagiarized several sections of her Master’s thesis. However she shows no remorse. Insteady, she insists on protesting her innocence, following the well-known mantra of her political party, the Centro Democrático – or Democratic Center – to transform lies into truth.
The role played by contract regulations and the impact on the efficiency of public procurement in Colombia: examples from public works and infrastructure
The report analyzes the quantitative differences in public procurement outcomes in Colombia according to the behaviors of the main indicators. The study was carried out comparing two groups of public works contracts: those awarded through the standard rules of the General Contracting Statute, and then contracts awarded through the special procurement regimen.
Anti-Corruption Institute wins judicial process against the government to gain access to contracts for procurement of Covid-19 vaccines
On 21 May, 2021, the Administrative Court of Cundinamarca notified the Anti-Corruption Institute of its decision to order the national government to deliver, within a peremptory term of three business days, copies of the different contracts signed with pharmaceutical companies for the purchase of the Covid-19 vaccines during the pandemic. All information will be made public. Read document here.
Anti-Corruption Institute publishes copies of the contracts signed by the Colombian government and the pharmaceutical companies AstraZeneca and Pfizer
The Anti-Corruption Institute, in accordance with its commitment to defend transparency and in a bid to safeguard the fundamental right of access to public information, has published copies of the COVID-19 vaccine contracts between the Colombian Government and the pharmaceutical companies Pfizer and AstraZeneca.