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The Coalition for Integrity Calls for Effective Money Laundering Controls and Enforcement

Posted on by Taylor Treloar

The Coalition for Integrity calls for effective money laundering controls and enforcement in the United States following the massive FinCEN Files leak. Read our press release here.

Coalition for Integrity CEO Shruti Shah Quoted in New Republic

Posted on by Alex Amico

Shruti Shah, President and CEO of Coalition for Integrity, was recently quoted in an article in the New Republic discussing ongoing waste at the Pentagon. Read the article here.

Coalition for Integrity CEO Shruti Shah on Need for COVID-19 Oversight

Posted on by Alex Amico

C4I CEO Shruti Shah recently discussed the potential for fraud in the COVID-19 stimulus package on the Allen & Overy podcast. Listen to it here.

Shruti Shah Letter on COVID-19 Transparency

Posted on by Alex Amico

C4I President and CEO Shruti Shah recently published a letter to the editors of the Washington Post urging leadership and transparency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read the letter here.

Integrity First- Alan Larson- Chairperson C4I Board of Directors

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Our Board Chair, Alan Larson using his deep foreign service experience and his services as both Ambassador to the OECD and Under Secretary of State for economic, business and agricultural affairs has contributed an excellent article to the Foreign Service Journal.

In the article he explains how  corruption is a deadly virus that can infect any nation. Fighting corruption abroad and banishing it from U.S. foreign policy must be core responsibilities of U.S. diplomats. “Integrity First” should be a central tenet of U.S. foreign policy initiatives and fundamental to the way foreign policy professionals help formulate and conduct foreign policy.  Read more here.

How Africa’s richest woman bought her way out of scrutiny from Western banks

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Shruti Shah quoted in the Luanda Leaks story about the vulnerability of real estate to laundered money and the lack of due diligence by the real estate industry on buyer’s identities and the sources of their funds. Read more here

New – Coalition for Integrity Podcast on VA Ethics

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Virginia has done nothing to address the lack of enforcement power of its ethics agencies despite scoring in the bottom 10% of all states in the S.W.A.M.P Index. It is important that state ethics agencies have the power to independently investigate, hold public hearings, and issue subpoenas, reprimands, and fines. A toothless ethics agency cannot serve the public well. Michael Deal’s podcast interviewing Ms. Shah, President and CEO of the Coalition for Integrity and discussing the Coalition’s work to change dismal state of VA ethics is now live: http://democracy4change.org/virginia-among-the-worst-states-in-the-union-in-terms-of-ethics-and-transparency/

Virginia Flunks Latest Test of Ethics, Transparency

Posted on by Alex Amico

The News and Advance in Virginia recently wrote an editorial inspired by Virginia’s performance in C4I’s report on Enforcement of Ethics Rules by State Ethics Agencies. Read more here.

WV ranks high in national survey of ethics enforcement, transparency

Posted on by Alex Amico

The Charleston Gazette-Mail reported on the strong performance by West Virginia in C4I’s report on Enforcement of Ethics Rules by State Ethics Agencies. Read more here.

Virginia Gets Low Marks for Ethics Enforcement

Posted on by Alex Amico

C4I CEO Shruti Shah was interviewed about the state of Virginia’s ethics agencies on Virginia Public Radio. Listen here.