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C4I’s Comments to Financial Crimes Enforcement Network’s Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to Implement the Beneficial Ownership Registry

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Coalition for Integrity’s comments to Financial Crimes Enforcement Network’s (FinCEN) advanced notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPR) to implement the beneficial ownership reporting requirements in the Corporate Transparency Act. Read the comments here.

Using Machine Learning for Anti-Corruption Risk and Compliance

Posted on by Kelley Flint

We are pleased to share our much-awaited guidance on the Using Machine Learning for Anti-Corruption Risk and Compliance. Read the report here.

Data analytics, machine learning can prove indispensable in combing through massive quantities of financial and non-financial data to identify potential patterns of corrupt conduct. That frontier, however, is largely unexplored and we believe guidance in this space is timely .

The report is intended to provide companies in multiple sectors with guidance on what they should consider in developing or acquiring anti-corruption machine learning.”

Anti-Corruption Recommendations for the Biden Administration

Posted on by Kelley Flint

The Coalition for Integrity is proud to release a report entitled Anti-Corruption Recommendations for the Biden Administration. The report outlines both domestic and international agendas, identifies existing gaps in the law, and recommends specific actions for more effective anti-corruption enforcement. Read the report here.

C4I Releases 2020 Edition of S.W.A.M.P. Index

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The Coalition for Integrity released the 2020 edition of its States With Anti-corruption Measures for Public officials (S.W.A.M.P.) Index. This report updates and builds on the 2018 S.W.A.M.P. Index, and ranks states based on their legal framework on ethics and transparency issues in the legislative and executive branch. Read all report materials here.

Coalition for Integrity Releases Report on Stimulus Oversight

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The Coalition for Integrity is proud to release a report entitled Oversight is Better than Hindsight: Anti-Corruption Recommendations for the CARES Act. The report examines current oversight provisions in the COVID-19 stimulus, identifies gaps that exist, and proposes solutions for more effective oversight. Read our press release here and the report here.

Leading from the Top: An Ethics Plan for Presidential Candidates

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The Coalition for Integrity is proud to release Leading from the Top: An Ethics Plan for Presidential Candidates. This report examines holes in current ethics law, including the weakness of the Office of Government Ethics, issues with whistleblower protection, and gaps in federal conflict of interest law. Read it here.

Coalition for Integrity on COVID-19 Oversight

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Coalition for Integrity recently published a piece in The Global Anticorruption Blog on integrity and oversight in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially related to recent stimulus packages. Read the post here.

Call for Nominations: 2020 Integrity Award and Corporate Leadership Award

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In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Coalition for Integrity is heartened by the displays of courage and integrity among so many officials and workers in the relief effort. In this spirit, we are pleased to announce a call for nominations for our 2020 Integrity Award and Corporate Leadership Award. Read more here.

Coalition for Integrity’s Evaluation of United States’ Foreign Bribery Enforcement

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The Coalition for Integrity has submitted comments to the OECD in connection with the Phase 4 Evaluation of the United States’ Implementation of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention. Read the comments here.

PROTECT THE RULE OF LAW AND JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE

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In recent actions, President Trump and Attorney General Barr have undercut U.S. credibility in the fight against corruption and undermined U.S. efforts to influence good governance around the world.  Prompt action is necessary to reestablish trust that rule of law and judicial independence will be protected.  Otherwise, these actions will upend years of efforts to combat corruption at home and around the world.

Read Coalition for Integrity’s statement on protecting the rule of law and judicial independence here.