Nine ways to use technology to reduce corruption


Corruption doesn’t stop at national borders, so sharing information internationally on aid, public contracts, or company ownership can be really powerful to compare, identify, and prosecute … – Guardian

…2 | Use technological tools to develop institutional trust

My observations in an east African country recently were that despite decent anti-corruption institutions, an active civil society and a relatively free press, corruption seemed to be ingrained. Leadership in government, media and NGOs seemed cynical. One of my recommendations was to use secure case management systems with audit trails and secure workspaces so investigators can trust these tools and that their work won’t be undermined or leaked. – Hari Mulukutla