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  • 20-December-2021

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    OECD Anti-Corruption Review of the Energy Sector in Ukraine

    20/12/2021 - This preliminary draft report provides an overview of corruption risks, anti-corruption measures implemented by the government, and the investigation and prosecution of corruption in the energy sector. It also offers a set of recommendations to reduce corruption-related challenges and eliminate opportunities for corrupt practices in the sector.

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  • 20-December-2021

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    OECD Anti-Corruption Review of the Energy Sector in Ukraine (PDF)

    20/12/2021 - The report provides an overview of corruption risks, anti-corruption measures implemented by the government, and the investigation and prosecution of corruption in the energy sector. It also offers a set of recommendations to reduce corruption-related challenges and eliminate opportunities for corrupt practices in the sector.

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  • 20-December-2021

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    Anti-Corruption Review of the Energy Sector in Ukraine Highlights

    This documents highlights the main findings and recommendations of report Anti-Corruption Review of the Energy Sector in Ukraine

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  • 20-December-2021

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    OECD calls Ukraine to close loopholes allowing corruption schemes in the energy sector after revealing new data

    Despite Ukraine’s efforts, data strongly suggests that the energy sector remains one of the areas most vulnerable to corruption and related irregularities in Ukraine. To ensure a sustainable reform process in line with international standards, a set of recommendations to reduce corruption-related challenges and eliminate opportunities for corrupt practices must be implemented, according to the new OECD review.

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  • 5-December-2021

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    Typology of Corruption Crimes in the Energy Sector in Ukraine

    The OECD report on typologies of corruption crimes in the energy sector in Ukraine will be presented to the law enforcement community of Ukraine. The report identifies the main corruption schemes in the energy sector, focusing on high-level corruption and groups them into typologies to ease detection and investigation of such crimes.

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  • 25-November-2021

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    Towards Waste Reduction in the Eastern Partner countries

    As part of the European Week for Waste Reduction, EU4Environment organises an online webinar on 25 November 2021 to discuss waste issues in the Eastern Partner countries, demonstrate success stories and best practices to decrease waste.

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  • 12-November-2021

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    OECD Market Study of the Electricity Sector in Ukraine

    The OECD Market Study of Ukraine’s Electricity Sector is conducted by the OECD Secretariat in close consultation with the Ukrainian authorities, industry associations and consumer associations.

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  • 27-October-2021

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    Towards a green economy in the Eastern Partner countries with EU4Environment: Mid-term achievements

    Since EU4Environment launch in 2019, an important progress has been done in modernising environmental policies and legislation, aligning them with the EU framework, promoting resource efficient and cleaner production in enterprises and mobilising financial resources for reducing environmental risks and impacts.

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  • 26-October-2021

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    Боротьба проти змов при проведенні державних закупівель в секторі енергетики України

    Україна встановила партнерські відносини з ОЕСР з метою посилити боротьбу із змовами та підвищити конкуренцію в енергетичному секторі відповідно до рекомендацій та кращих практик ОЕСР. На цій сторінці представлений поточний проект.

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  • 22-October-2021

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    Organisation of public administration: Agency governance, autonomy and accountability

    Good governance of public agencies requires the application of a set of regulatory and managerial tools to find the right balance between autonomy of agencies and adequate oversight from portfolio ministries and other actors. This paper provides insights from EU and OECD good practices, with a detailed analysis of EU acquis requirements for national regulatory agencies. New empirical evidence shows that public administrations in the Western Balkans and European Neighbourhood area lack clear policies and regulations for agency governance and misinterpret the EU acquis. This leads to a proliferation of agencies, duplication of functions and waste of public resources, a lack of accountability to portfolio ministries and generally a governance vacuum. Implementation of government policy is blocked and democratic accountability generally undermined. Finally, recommendations for better organisation of public administration are provided, based on the empirical analysis and lessons learned from SIGMA's engagement in such reforms.
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