The Malaysian institute of integrity

CiB – Community Integrity Building

Measure the effectiveness of stakeholder services in the PBT area. Identify a viable formula to enhance the integrity of the public service. To inculcate the community integrity agenda.

E & I – Ethics & Integrity

The Malaysian Institute of Integrity (IIM) offers several forms of nic integrity-focused training programs that provide exposure, understanding, and strengthening of ethical values, integrity, and best practices to participants, including current issues and challenges in the corruption prevention episode in Malaysia.

CISM – Corporate Integrity System Malaysia

The Malaysian Corporate Integrity System (CISM) module is a cooperation project between the six Members of the Round Table Meeting CISM. The development of this module is in sync with the international standards practiced by the private sector in Malaysia. The development of this module is as an alternative preparation of the defense company's corporate of charged action under Section 17A of the MACC ACT 2009 (ACT 694).

OACP – Plan of Anti-corruption Organizations

The plan of the Anti-corruption Organization (OACP) is a STRATEGIC PLAN of ANTI-corruption developed at the level of the organization is aimed at addressing the crises governance, integrity and anti-corruption. It is also a benchmark of commitment from an organization in the fight against corruption based on the governance of the brilliant as well as the culture of integrity in the workforce.

IIP – Individual Integrity Profile

IIP is a platform assessment of the psychometric top of the line which measures the tendency, evaluate the behavior of the integrity and experience of the individual associated with the reliability, attitude, dependability, work ethic and also integrity.

Training Section 17A of the MACC Act 2009 & Procedures Sufficient Initiative 6.2.4

This course is to help the commercial organizations understand the methods of implementation of the procedure mencekupi. New initiative of the introduction to the initiative 6.2.4, Corporate Liability, the Provisions of Section 17A of the MACC Act 2009 and the Procedure is Sufficient.

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