Corruption can seep into government. What can be done to root it out? Enter the inspector generals. Their job is to combat fraud, waste and abuse.
Ukraine loses more than $11 billion every year in illicit financial outflows. The country is taking action to stop this drain on its resources.
In books and TV shows, you might see U.S. government officials accepting lavish meals and gifts. In reality, there are strict rules against this corruption.
Public officials must be held to the same standards as citizens. A former Arizona state official admitted to stealing $5.9 million, and now he has to pay.
Making sure government officials know punishment is inevitable if they are involved in corrupt activities is an important part of Viktoriia Azarian’s work.
Ukraine is “changing for the better,” say three Ukrainian investigators in a video about the reforms taking place in their country.
Investigators from Ukraine’s newly created National Anti-Corruption Bureau discuss how they plan to accelerate the pace of reform.
What will happen in Ukraine in 2016? First, look at the progress in 2015, including in agriculture, finance, energy and reduced reliance on Russian gas.
U.S. Department of Justice red-cards FIFA officials and corporate execs. with indictments alleging illegal activities that harmed football around the world.