Transparency in the operation of the State and local communities increases the accountability of holders of public office for their decisions and the performance and efficient use of public funds. Public access to information enables a more informed debate on public affairs, reduces the risks of poor management, misuse of power, and chiefly curbs systemic corruption, unfair competition, and cronyism.

In response, the Commission for the Prevention of Corruption has designed Project Transparency intended for the general public, the media, professionals in the field, and various supervisory bodies. The project has been initiated through three services which the Commission intends to upgrade with new content.