Report on Procurement in the ProZorro System. January 2017

In January 56.8 thousand procurement amounting to 45 billion UAH was made. Traditionally, in January majority of procurement is related to municipal utilities: heating, water supply and electricity. Such procurement is conducted using uncompetitive negotiation procedures,…

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NAKO Calls Hroisman to Establish Terms for Reforming ‘Ukroboronprom’

The Independent Defence Anti-Corruption Committee (NAKO) (a joint initiative of TI Ukraine and TI UK) encourages the government and the Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Hroisman to initiate the process of reforming security and defence sector…

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An Open Letter to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko by Jose Ugaz, Chairman of the Global Anti–corruption Network Transparency International

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The OGP Introduced a New Mechanism for Good Governance and Responsible Partnership

Amendments to the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers No. 671 transform the Initiative’s Coordination Council and strengthen interaction between the executive authorities and NGOs. On June 17, 2016, Transparency International Ukraine proposed a set of…

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ТІ Ukraine Shares the Experience of Monitoring of Public Procurement in Moldova

Director of the Innovative Projects of Transparency International Ukraine Viktor Nestulia presented the DOZORRO monitoring portal to the Moldavian NGOs. A number of non-governmental organizations of Moldova declare their intention to create an analogous tool. ТІ…

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Five Steps Which Need to Be Taken To Achieve Positive Results by the Next Anniversary of Yanukovych’s Flight from Ukraine An Open Letter From the Chair of Transparency International Jose Ugaz to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko

The Chair of the global anti–corruption network Transparency International Jose Ugaz wrote an open letter to the Ukrainian President where he outlined the top priorities for the recovery of assets stolen by Yanukovich and his associates….

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62% of Top Companies of Ukraine Do Not Meet Transparency Standards – TI Ukraine

Only 32% of private and public companies of Ukraine adhere to principles of transparency and accountability. They got more than five out of ten possible points in corporate reporting transparency ranking. Almost 62% of them are…

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Open Government Partnership: Best Ukrainian Practices for Partners

TI Ukraine shares its experience in the implementation of the Open Government Partnership Initiative with Eurasian countries. Transparency International Ukraine presented its experience in the implementation of the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Initiative as part of…

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The Battle for Independence

            How to establish the Anti-Corruption Court in Ukraine and make it independent from political influence? That was the key issue of the expert discussion which was held on February 16,…

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Anti-corruption Court in Ukraine: Preconditions for the Establishment and Guarantees for the Efficiency

Author: Andrii Sliusar, analyst at ТІ Ukraine  Availability of a professional and independent judicial system is one of the main guarantees for existence of a rule-of-law state. Such system aims to fulfil two most important tasks: from…

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