Conducting Corruption Risk Assessment (CRA)

Introduction

Corruption Risk Assessment, which has been operated since 2006, is to examine laws and statues from the very stage of drafting to figure out whether they include corruption-causing factors. When the drafts or revisions of laws and statues are submitted to the ACRC, the Commission conduct assessment for them according to three indexes of ease of compliance, appropriateness of implementation standard, and transparency of administrative procedures, to analyze corruption-causing factors, and make corrective recommendations for those corruption-causing factors, if any, to the relevant agency.

If any corruption-causing factors are found out in the existing laws and statutes or there are some social issues regarding corruption, Corruption Risk Assessment is conducted on existing laws or statues to root out corruption-prone areas in our society.



[ Criteria of Corruption Risk Assessment ]

Criteria of Corruption Risk Assessment


[ Status of Corruption Risk Assessment ]

(unit: number of bills)

Year

Received

Assessed

Subtotal

Recommendation for improvement

Agreement on the original bill

2009

1,386

1,394

229

1,165

2010

1,288

1,269

182

1,087

2011

1,644

1,666

264

1,402

2012

1,613

1,593

192

1,401

2013

1,313

1,325

169

1,156

2014

1,890

1,889

137

1,752

2015

1,730

1,720

132

1,588

2016

1,843

1,843

109

1,734

2017

1,431

1,440

110

1,330

2018

1,631

1,614

129

1,485

2019

1,654

1,644

113

1,531

 

 

Related Materials

Handbook for the Corruption Risk Assessment