The Administrative Control Authority (ACA) witnessed a number of activities within the framework of the World Anti-Corruption Day, where Chairman of the ACA Minister Sharif Saif Al-Din received on Monday the review mission in the context of the membership of Egypt in the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) and the completion of the preparation of a self-assessment report on the reality of governance, political and economic development in Egypt Headed by Ibrahem Gambari, a member of the Committee of Eminent Figures.
During the meeting, ACA Minister welcomed the attendees and congratulated them on the occasion of the International Anti-Corruption Day, which coincides with the launch of the first phase of the anti-corruption strategy in 2014, and the launch of the second phase of it in 2019.
The Egyptian official hinted that the anti-corruption system in Egypt has witnessed a great development during the past five years, during which Egypt committed to activating a clear methodology to enhance transparency, integrity and fight corruption, and committed to activating the contents of international agreements and treaties, most notably the United Nations convention against corruption and the African convention to prevent and combat corruption.
Meanwhile, Minister of Planning, Follow-up and Administrative Reform Hala Al-Saeed stated that the ACA has an effective role in supporting and assisting the government in addition to all ministries and agencies in all fields, especially in what the state is currently doing to raise the level and efficiency of the administrative apparatus and its effectiveness by enhancing the skills of different cadres and leaders through training, evaluation and performance measurement.
Within the framework of investment in human capabilities, it was agreed with the Chairman of the ACA that the National Academy for Combating Corruption of the Authority would train 7900 employees and lead it from administrative apparatus on the skills and elements of new ones, project management, computer science, information technology and languages.
It was also agreed on raising the capacity of young people in management skills to enhance their leadership and to change the perspective, as well as developing the performance of the employee government to cope with the new phase of the establishment of the New Administrative Capital.