of the National Campaign (My Job is Trust)
In conjunction with the World Day for Fighting Corruption which
comes as the Ninth of December every year, and by the organization of the
Office of Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations, the Commission of
Integrity (CoI) launched its national campaign (My Job is Trust) on Dec 12th,
2016 and lasted until Dec 31st, 2016, in which different parties participated
from the public sector including the various state entities and the
inspectors-general as well as the private sector from unions, syndicates and
CSOs. The campaign involved the activities of civil society and tens of
awareness programs such as seminars, workshops, lectures and ceremonial
activities focused on the need for building a society free of corruption by
disseminating the culture of integrity, ethical manners; projecting the
positive role played by the public service in delivering public services to the
citizens; respecting the service values; preserving the rule of law as well as
respecting the codes, instructions and the legal systems that represent a sound
and healthy society. The number of the activities conducted during the campaign
was 267; 150 in Baghdad and 107 in the provinces.
recommendations that stemmed from the programs and carried out during the
campaign can be recorded:
1. Regarding the ninth of December every year as the Iraqi Servants
Day in a symbolic reference coinciding with the World Day for Fighting
2. Circulating the document of recommendations - directed to all
the state servants - announced by CoI and signed during the inaugurating
ceremony by the respected CoR Speaker, CoI Commissioner and the representative
of the President of the Republic on all the state institutions to be viewed by
the servants in order to operate under its instructive items.
3. Continuing the building of trust bridges between CoI and the
non-governmental organizations through signing partnerships and documents of
honor with the organizations willing to support CoI in revealing corruption
cases and raising societal awareness as well as investing their energies in
promoting the dissemination of integrity culture and the ethical manners
through joint programs developed for this purpose and working together to
create a public opinion that rejects corruption.
4- Strengthening programs that promote the principle of voluntary work to mobilize the national aspects of the society in advocating CoI.
5-Developing the channels of
communication between directors and employees to ensure productive
participation in the performance improvement and innovate benefits system to
encourage the employee to do his best as choosing (the distinct employee)
periodically and then honored them in a public celebration provide that they
are selected according to criteria set by CoI.
6- Preparing advanced training programs for employees in various functional specialties, especially for those working in the financial and accounting fields and the contractual personnel to ensure employee immunized from falling into the clutches of corruption and corruptors.
7- developing annual plans to the state institutions include staff
immunization programs in cooperation with CoI to remind the employee with the
sanctity of public money and the need to respect laws, instructions and
regulations governing the work provide that to involve all employees in these
plans, be a part of the promotion programs and it can be named (immunization
Requiring the curricula directorate in the ministry of education to prepare and
develop moral education programs and curricula to be more scientific and
serious to ensure fixing of culture of fighting against corruption, such as
wasting of public money, wasting time and mediation among pupils and students.
9- Reconsidering the structure of fees and
salaries in order to ensure the balance between the requirements of living and
level of fees.
10- Working on involving the electronic
governance in the state petition.
11- Reconsidering to assume positions to
manage the legal offices in the institutions to ensure the ability and
effectiveness of the legal offices for being strength of the institution to
avoid falling in corruption.
12- Developing the short and long- term
plans to be consistent with the changes in the institutions and not to depend
on personal interpretations through mechanisms, quality standers and
13- Holding periodical meetings by COI with
non-governmental organizations activist in field of anti-corruption to follow
up and observe the global, regional and local developments in the aspects of
14. Holding a meeting by Commission of
Integrity with representatives of visual, audio and written media to discuss
the mechanism of joint cooperation in the fight against corruption, spread the
culture of integrity and transparency to approve a media program (audible,
readable and written), involving all national awareness media activities. This
media program will adopt the delivery of CoI message in the fight against
corruption and its permanent and serious efforts to spread the culture of
integrity in the society and presenting CoI investigative and preventive
responsibilities to win mass, raise the proportion of overall satisfactions,
create a side supporting CoI and improve the mental image among public.
15. Preparing a Code of Conduct for the
private sector, similar to public sector by Relations with NGOs office.
16. CoI would continue the implementation
of awareness programs targeting all society sections similar to the national
campaign (my Job is trust).