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Institutional Improvement

Institutional Improvement System

The ACRC makes recommendations and expresses opinions to the head of public institutions, if deemed necessary for improving statutes, systems or policies which were found in the course of handling complaints. It also recommends institutional improvement to prevent corruption by analyzing the occurrence of corrupt acts.

The ACRC monitors the implementation of its recommendations by checking and reviewing the follow-up measures that public institutions have taken to implement the recommendations.

Institutional Improvement System Flow Chart
  1. Identifying issues
    (Complaint analysis) Analyzing complaints received through e-People, 110 Government Call Center, Presidential Secretary Office
    (National agenda) Idenifying issues supportive of national agenda, reform agenda, or economic stimulation
    (Derived issue) Identifying issues in the course of handling complaints, reports of corruption or public interest violations, and administrative appeals cases
    (Requested issues) Reflecting requests of institutional improvement made by local governments, public institutions, private organizations
    (Audit materials) Referring to materials of the National Assembly or the Board of Audit & Inspection
    (Media report) Referring to reports of various media
  2. Checking facts, on-site survey, collecting expert opinion, etc.
  3. Electronic public debate analysis of relevant complaints
  4. Drafting solutions and consulting with relevant agencies
    * If necessary, holding public hearings, debates, etc.
  5. Resolution and recommendation by the Plenary Meeting
    (corruption: subcommittee, complaints: small committee)
  6. Follow-up including surveying & reviewing the implementation status
    On-site or written survey (frequently or by design)
    Anti-Corruption Initiative Assessment (yearly)
    Consulting on institutional improvement, etc.
  7. Feedback