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Attorney presents report on compliance with departmental and municipal anti-corruption standards

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The Attorney General's Office showed that all local authorities have high rates of non-compliance in anti-corruption strategy.

This was revealed by the Control Authority to introduce capital mayors and governors elected department the results of Open Government Index (GEI), a system that allows monitoring the implementation of strategic anti-corruption standards in public administration from territorial departments and municipalities.

This presentation took place at the dinner-table of the preventive role of the Attorney General's Office, which was organized with the participation of the School of Public Administration (ESAP), under the induction seminar in charge of the ESAP for mayors and governors from 2012 to 2015.

The meeting, convened by the Attorney General's Office, Alejandro Ordóñez Maldonado, and the Director of the ESAP, Honorio Henríquez, took place at the Hotel Tequendama on 9 December and was chaired by Deputy Attorney General's Office, Martha Isabel Castañeda , Carlos Augusto Mesa, Assistant Attorney General for Decentralization and Local Authorities, Maria Eugenia Carreño, Assistant Attorney General for proactive monitoring of the Civil Service, and Maria Monica Moron, representing the ESAP.

According to the report there is a territorial entity that has a level of compliance in terms of corruption equal to 100%.

According to the report, the five governorates with the lowest non-compliance are: Boyacá, Meta, Amazonas, Cesar and Huila, and five more non-compliance are: La Guajira, Magdalena, Bolívar Chocó and Putumayo.

The report warns that the municipalities of Castilla La Nueva, Yopal, Duitama and Ipiales Teorama with the lowest level of noncompliance and the mayors of San Bernardo del Viento, Montecristo, Quetame, San Juan and El Litoral Norosí constitute the highest failure .

Also at the meeting noted that:

- Over 64% of the contracts must be published in the SecOPs not meet this requirement. On average, over 38% of SECOP processes are outdated. While the governorate registered the Purchase Plan, 43% of the municipalities did not.

- 40% of the governorates and 58% of the municipalities did not comply with the implementation of MECI.

- 81% of the governorates did not apply the withholding tables Document (TRD). Over 85% of the municipalities do not have TRD application and Archives.

- Although the average reporting strategic information systems is relatively high there is great potential for improvement especially in terms of information load and FUT SUI. Specifically:

1. FUT: 66% of the governorates and 80% of the municipalities did not report fiscal and financial information in a complete, timely and quality through the Territorial Single Form. And 76% of the governorates and 77% of the royalty beneficiary municipalities did not report complete and quality information on the management of these resources.

2. SISBEN: 26% of the municipalities did not report SISBEN bases according to the parameters of quality, timeliness and proper operation.

3. SICEP: 40% of the municipalities did not report complete and consistent information through the DNP SICEP which to assess its overall performance.

4. SUI: 96% of the municipalities did not report complete information regarding the load in the SUI by the Superintendency of Public Services, which allows monitor for public services in local authorities.

- 75% of the governorate said failure to submit annual report on the Development Plan. Over 85% of local authorities reported that they had identified the key players in the process of accountability but less than 27% said they had summoned the citizen oversight.

- Facing the citizen services through ICTs, 97% of local authorities obtained a medium level of compliance or under the Government Online Strategy (phase interactions and transactions) by the standards of the Ministry.

- Also, in Government Online, 84% of the governorates and 97% of the municipalities were found at a low or medium implementation of Phase Information, although the deadline for complying with these obligations beat on 1 November 2008 to the governorates and in 2010 for all municipalities. Among the items are less compliance with such basic issues as the organizational structure, the phone book and officials.

- For the preparation of this index requires more information as reported by local authorities to the Ministry of Information Technologies and Communications, National Planning Department, the Comptroller General of the Republic, the Superintendency of Public General Archive of the Nation, the Auditor General's Office and the Administrative Department of the Civil Service, who in turn work closely with the Attorney General's Office to carry out the success of this strategy.
As part of the meeting led by the Public Ministry had follow-up preventive strategies strategic anti-corruption compliance.

Finally it was agreed that during 2012 shall comply tables Socialization of the Information Department to reunite these territories and municipalities and discuss and recognize the results of the IGA as well as ways to improve compliance.

To view the full report we invite you to visit the following link: 20Presentación% 20IGA.ppt 

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