Despite the success achieved by the implementation of the first strategy, Egypt is not yet immune to corruption, and the harmful impact of corruption cannot be halted overnight. Even the most advanced states have not been able to completely eliminate this scourge, and we are therefore committed to continuing efforts to achieve better levels of corruption prevention and higher standards of integrity and transparency.
ACAD brings together experts in the field of social sciences and Management science Strategy to avoid them, and after studying many international experiences in ways of combating corruption and determining the most appropriate ways to apply to the Egyptian case in order to ensure the integrity of financial and administrative performance.
What Is The Training Course Methodology?
This training course methodology depends on enabling participants to interact and exchange experiences, explore their competencies and achieve their career aspirations, using forward-thinking training arts, such as theoretical lectures and/or open discussion to exchange opinions and experiences, scenarios, innovative thinking brainstorming. Participants will receive an agenda including training material as a reference, in addition to some extra notes and booklets.
Who Should Attend This Training Course?
This training course is designed for all levels of administrative leaders working to confront financial and administrative corruption and conduct inspections in all governmental organizations and service bodies.
What Are The Training Course Objectives?
This course aims to have the administrative leadership be able to develop strategies and methods and efficient detection and confrontation of financial and administrative corruption.
What Is The Training Course Curriculum?
Key Concepts about Corruption Dimensions
Definition of corruption
The corrupt act and its elements
Factors of the emergence of corruption and its manifestations
Different divisions and types of corruption
Divisions and forms of financial corruption
Administrative divisions and forms of corruption
Corrupt Financial and Administrative Sectors
Division and sale of land and real estate
Tax and customs sector
Telecommunications, Cell Phones and Insurance
International trade and import and export systems
Official educational system and its rules
Corruption of the governmental health system
Systematic policies to corrupt government institutions
Mechanisms of mutual commitments between corruption groups
Offensive strategies for corruption
Impoverishment mechanisms of low-income classes
Corruption mechanisms of State monitoring agencies
Costs of Corruption on the Economy
Poor efficiency management of economic reforms and privatization
Government delays and routine leading to waste of public money
Loss of opportunities on the economy and low performance
Irrational behavior in corruption funds and their association with money laundering
Slow economic growth rates
Institutional Building of Anti-Corruption Organizations
Strategic management for the prevention of corruption
Accountability and performance evaluation
Quality of government services
Case study (I)
Role of E-government in the Fight Against Corruption
Definition of e-government
The components of e-government
The role of e-government in simplifying procedures and combating corruption
Case study (II)
Organizational Governance: Necessary Entry Point to Address Corruption
Defining corporate governance
Organizational Governance Guide
Strategies to address corruption through applications of governance