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EU Anti-Corruption Initiative: Chervonohrad has moved from the category of “non-transparent” to “partially transparent” cities

EU Anti-Corruption Initiative and Chervonohrad continue cooperation

This was reported by the Chervonohrad City Council.

Over the 5 years of cooperation, Chervonohrad City Council, together with the EU Anti-Corruption Initiative, has implemented 8 modules of the geographic information system, assessed the integrity of two utility companies and launched an e-reception center. This effective cooperation will continue and now the focus of cooperation is on improving procurement processes.

On April 17, Allan Pag Christensen, Head of the Anti-Corruption Initiative, and Andriy Zalivskyi, Mayor of Chervonohrad, signed a memorandum of understanding that provides for the implementation of the City’s Integrity Plan, ensuring sustainable functioning of the implemented IT tools and enhancing the efficiency of municipal enterprises.

“We are pleased to observe the city’s progress in implementing the principles of integrity, transparency and accountability in management practices. Today we have a clear action plan for the next year and a half. Together with the city, we will continue to improve the work of municipal enterprises and the implemented IT tools,” said Allan Pag Christensen, Head of the EU Anti-Corruption Initiative.

It is worth noting that according to the results of the 2023 city council transparency study by @Transparency International Ukraine, Chervonohrad has moved from the category of “non-transparent” to “partially transparent” cities.

“We are grateful to the EU Anti-Corruption Initiative for its support and cooperation. Personally, during our joint work on applying the best practices of good governance, I have been imbued with the desire to see Chervonohrad in the rankings of the most transparent cities in Ukraine.

This year’s research has shown that we are moving in the right direction. After analyzing the results, we will identify our weaknesses and work on strengthening them. The main goal for the next year is to get even higher scores and become a transparent city,” said Andriy Zalivskyi, Mayor of Chervonohrad.

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