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November 11, 2019

Join the IMF Anti-Corruption Challenge!

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Posted by Thibault Vermeulen

Do you want to join the fight against corruption by finding good IT solutions? The IMF Anti-Corruption Challenge has just been launched!  Check out the #anticorruption #IMFchallenge on the following link .This initiative seeks collaborative project proposals from country authorities, relevant civil society organizations (CSOs), and staff from the IMF and other International Financial Institutions on the following topics:

  1. Enhancing Governancein Public Finance: The Role of Data and Technology;
  2. Promoting Good Governance in Central Banks: The Role of Non-Executive Directors;
  3. Tackling Corruption: Financial Disclosure Systems for Public Officials;
  4. Fighting Money Laundering: The Use of Data for Financial Intelligence;
  5. Improving the understanding of Risks of Corruption;
  6. Other solutions including use of open/big data in enhancing governance and fighting corruption.

Join the challenge by sending your ideas! You can apply by registering on the following link!

If you have questions related to this challenge you can visit the Q&A page or email AGuerrero@imf.org 

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