Integrity Development Review: Assessment in Local Government Units
The IDR is a corruption prevention tool which assesses the integrity measures employed by the local government unit to address the corruption vulnerability in its functions and operations. It is undertaken with the use of two major tools: the Corruption Resistance Review (CRR) and the Corruption Vulnerability Assessment (CVA). The CRR provides a quick scan of integrity building and corruption prevention measures used by the LGU in its operations. It is carried out through three major activities: the employees’ survey, the stakeholders’ survey and document review. The CVA entails mapping/identification of risks involved in carrying out the LGU’s functions. This is undertaken by examining the activities composing a particular function, identifying the possible risks and evaluating the adequacy of safeguards in managing identified risks.
The pilot test of the IDR is being conducted in Barangay Pansol, Quezon City; Kapangan, Benguet; Province of Laguna; Goa, Camarines Sur; Tabaco City, Albay; Maydolong, Eastern Samar; Opol, Misamis Oriental; and Mahayag, Zamboanga del Sur.
The project ran from August 2010 to September 2011.