Myanmar asset disclosure / Public procurement reforms / OGP Philippines
Myanmar govt to implement mandatory assets disclosure for senior officers. The government has initiated bold steps to stem corruption and improve the efficiency of civil service by urging senior officers to disclose their assets – a key element in the Civil Service Reform (CSR) strategic action plan.
Htoo Thant/Myanmar Times: http://www.mmtimes.com/index.php/national-news/nay-pyi-taw/26747-government-to-implement-mandatory-assets-disclosure-for-senior-officers.html
Fighting corruption: the call for public procurement reforms (opinion). "Corruption in public procurement is no longer regarded as a system failure: it is the de facto system."
Faran Mahmood/The Express Tribune: https://tribune.com.pk/story/1454237/fighting-corruption-call-public-procurement-reforms/
Open Government Partnership—Part of fighting corruption (opinion). "The Philippines is one of the eight founding countries in the OGP initiative and began formal participation in September 2011, when President Benigno S. Aquino III, along with other high-level ministers and heads of state, including US President Obama, launched the OGP initiative in New York."
Henry J. Schumacher/Business Mirror: http://www.businessmirror.com.ph/open-government-partnership-part-of-fighting-corruption/