Resilient governance needs integrity - but how does it work in practice? The OECD Public Integrity Handbook answers this and many other questions in real life terms.
Good public policies need strong integrity systems. Do you know where your public integrity system stands in relation to good practice? Find out today with the interactive OECD Public Integrity Maturity Models tool.
Social welfare expenditure represents 20-30% of overall government spending in many OECD countries. Failing to counter fraud and error in social benefit programmes can undermine public trust and programme effectiveness. What can governments do?
How can audit institutions best assure outcomes and value-for-money for decentralised policies, such as healthcare and education? The OECD, TCU (Brazil’s Supreme Audit Institution), and 32 subnational audit entities of Brazil worked together to tackle this challenge.