Compliance in local self-government is not a duty, but an inevitable challenge. The same applies to small units.

According to the guidelines of the Central Anticorruption Bureau, all entities from the public sector should strive to introduce compliance to the fullest extent. In Dziennik Gazeta Prawna, Dr Beata Baran explains the actions that should be taken by public administration units to ensure proper management of the risk of non-compliance. In her article, she discusses the main objectives of compliance in self-government institutions, lists the internal documents that should regulate the functioning of the organ, and refers to good practices that are already in place in Polish offices. Our expert also mentions systems for reporting irregularities in an organisation and the protection of whistleblowers, which will have to be introduced by public institutions in the nearest future.

The full article by dr Beata Baran is available HERE.

2021-02-25T12:22:09+00:00NEWS-EN|0 Comments