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National Commission for Evaluation,
Transparency and Integrity of Public
Administrations
National Anti-corruption Authority
(CiVIT)
Rome, December 2012
OGP meeting
The National Commission for Evaluation, Transparency and
Integrity of Public Administrations
• CiVIT was set up by Law 15/2009 and further regulated by
Legislative Decree 150/2009.
• Since its implementation in office (22 December 2009), it has
been operating in three areas falling under its remit:
- transparency and Integrity (even to prevent corruption), with
a specific Section dedicated to Transparency and Integrity;
- improvement and enhancement of Performance
management;
- quality of services
• The Anti-Corruption Law 190/2012, entered into force on 28
November 2012, qualifies CIVIT as the Italian Anti-Corruption
Authority
CiVIT Activities 2010-2012
Performance
Activities
Guidelines
Transparency and
Integrity
Service Quality
Standards
Set up of Independent performance Evaluation Unit (OIV)
Guidelines
• Performance planning, monitoring,
reporting and accounting
• Performance measurement at both
organizational and individual level
• Performance sanctions and rewards
• Set up of director in
charge of
transparency
• Data realese planning
and implementation
• Transparency
initiatives as a means
to promote integrity
and prevent
corruption
• Set up of
director in
charge of
quality
• Public services
mapping
• Standard
dimensions and
indicators of
quality
Monitoring
• Systems and Plans
• Feedback
• Three – year
Programmes
• Feedback
• Reports
• Feedback
Advisoring
• Conferences
• Meetings
• FAQ
• Conferences
• Meetings
• FAQ
• Conferences
• Meetings
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• FAQ
The CiVIT Actions for Transparency
For Central Government
- Guidelines for the preparation and updating of the three–
year Programmes for Transparency and Integrity (including
the section on web sites called “Transparency, evaluation
and merit”)
- Network of independent evaluation bodies (OIVs) and
“director in charge of transparency” in every administrative
unit
- Monitoring the compliance of Transparency obligations
- Support for the effective implementation of the provisions
set forth by the decree 150/2009
For Local Authorities
Guidelines agreed with local authorities associations (ANCI,UPI)
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Numbers of transparency: Central Administrations
Num.
OIV
Dir. in charge of
transparency
Transparency and
Integrity Plans 2012
Ministries
12
100%
92%
100%
Public Social
Security Institutes
2
100%
100%
100%
National Research
Institutes
21
84%
68%
48%
National Parks
23
91%
65%
57%
Other
administrative
Bodies and
Agencies
22
75%
67%
50%
TOTAL
80
87%
72%
57%
Central Admin.
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Actions to enhance transparency
-
Civit is now focusing on:
Simplification of transparency obligations
Improvement of compliance level regarding services, use
of resourses, procedures and public procurement
Improvement of quality of data published on the section
“transparency, evaluation and merit”
Ensuring the usability and accessibility of data as a tool
to prevent corruption
Stakeholders engagement in order to publish data
directly requested by citizens
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CiVIT and the New Anti-Corruption Bill
• Enhancement of CiVIT role in promoting transparency to
prevent corruption
• Reinforcement of advisory functions (Annual Report to the
Parliament)
• Introduction of new monitoring powers (prescriptions to
administrations)
• Enlargement of consulting functions (on request of public
administrations)
• Development of international and domestic linkages
(public and no profit organisations)
• Increase of annual budget
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