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AUDIT OF ETHICS COMMISSION

Posted on by Ahmed Tamimi

The Corvallis Advocate report on how the Oregon Secretary of State’s office audited the Oregon Government Ethics Commission (OGEC) and used C4I findings to make anti-corruption measures for elected officials. Read the full article here.

Jonathan Rusch on Machine Learning and Anti-Corruption Compliance [Podcast]

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The Compliance Perspective Podcast host Jonathan Rusch, an Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University Law Center and American University Washington College of Law, and the author of the Coalition for Integrity’s guidance document Using Machine Learning for Anti-Corruption Risk and Compliance. Listen to the podcast here to learn more about how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be used to combat corruption.

Coalition for Integrity report: AI a useful tool in ABC compliance for larger organisations

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Financial services: Regulation tomorrow Blog discuss the Coalition for Integrity’s report on how machine learning (or AI) can be used in ABC compliance. Read the full article here.

Coalition for Integrity: Recommendations for the New Administration

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Published by Ethisphere Magazine, Shruti Shah, the CEO & President of Coalition for Integrity, discusses C4I’s t report named “Anti-Corruption Recommendations for the Biden Administration,”  which highlights critical domestic issues that must be addressed to promote honesty and transparency in the Executive and Legislative Branches of the U.S. government. Read the full article here.

Self-Financing In The Race For Governor

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Virginia Public Radio has recently quoted Shruti Shah, CEO & president of Coalition for Integrity. The article discusses Virginia’s governor campaign finances. Read & listen to the full article here.

Dark Money Fuels Attacks on Primary, Convention Candidates

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Virginia Public Radio has recently quoted Shruti Shah, President and CEO of Coalition for Integrity regarding “dark money” used in campaign finances. Read the full article here.

Should Companies Use Machine Learning for Their Anti-Corruption Programs?: The New Coalition for Integrity Guidance

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Shruti Shah, President and CEO of Coalition for Integrity, and Jonathan J. Rusch, a Law professor and lawyer have recently co-authored a paper that explores the use of machine learning in anti-corruption programs. Read the complete publication here.

When should anti-corruption compliance use machine learning?

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Shruti Shah, President and CEO of Coalition for Integrity has recently been quoted by the Global Investigation Review’s article that discusses anti-corruption and machine learning. Read the full article here.

Virginia Senate Blocks Ban on Personal Use of Campaign Funds

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In this article published by Sludge, David Moore reflects on the recent developments regarding Virginia’s financial campaign reforms. While lawmakers killed the most recent bill to bar personal use of campaign funds, the state approved a study this year of comprehensive reform measures. C4I’s S.W.A.M.P. Index was referenced in this article. Read the full article here.

Why does Virginia need campaign finance reform?

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Shruti Shah, the CEO & President of the Coalition for Integrity was hosted by Pod Virginia podcast to discuss the need for campaign finance reform in Virginia. Listen to the full episode here.