The Commission is organised around two pillars, the Centre for Corruption Prevention and the Integrity of Public Office, and the Investigation and Oversight Bureau. The remaining activities are performed by the Secretariat of the Commission.
The Secretariat of the Commission is tasked with the systemic development of anti-corruption doctrine and the ethics of public-sector operation. It performs analyses and research in the field of corruption using information technology, drafts law amendment proposals from the Commission’s area of competence, oversees the Commission’s international activities and public relations, and performs tasks regarding administration, personnel, logistics and finances.
The Investigation and Oversight Bureau performs supervision and investigations in cases of suspicion of corruption and other breaches of the Integrity and Prevention of Corruption Act, and conducts offence proceedings. The Bureau is performs tasks in the areas of lobbying, the conflict of interest, assets of officials, incompatibility of office, restrictions on business activities, and acceptance of gifts. To learn more about the competences of the Investigation and Oversight Bureau, please follow this link.
The Centre for Corruption Prevention and the Integrity of Public Office designs and implements policies for the prevention of corruption and the strengthening of the integrity of public office. This includes awareness-raising activities, the preparation of Integrity Plans and the proposals of relevant regulation, and monitors the implementation of corruption-prevention measures at the national level. To learn more about the competences of the Centre for Corruption Prevention and the Integrity of Public Office, please follow this link.