ICTs for Anti-Corruption and Transparency in Public Services. This article on the Development Gateway website was prepared by Basheerhamad Shadrach and edited by Pat Daly. Basheerhamad Shadrach is the Head of Knowledge and Information Services at Transparency International in Berlin.
ICTs for Anti-Corruption and Transparency in Public Services, by Basheerhamad Shadrach
ICTs for Anti-Corruption and Transparency in Public Services, by Basheerhamad Shadrach. This paper presented at the 11th International Anti-Corruption Conference, Seoul, 25-28 May 2003, has a good reference list on the topic.
Public Sector Transparency: What Works?. This Special Report on Public Sector Transparency illustrates current international trends in advancing transparency through civil society, government and the media. Through extensive interviews with leaders across a range of sectors as well as survey feedback from Development Gateway users, this Report explores the practical issues of ensuring openness in governments around the world.
Transparency International Sourcebook 2000. The first version of this Source Book (now translated into over 20 languages) argued the casefor a "National Integrity System", an holistic approach to transparency and accountability andembracing a range of accountability "pillars", democratic, judicial, media and civil society.
Using ICT to improve Governance and Transparency, from the Development Gateway website. The page contains several links to other transparency sites