NABU has signed Memorandum with EUAM
The National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine has signed the Memorandum of Understanding with the European Union Advisory Mission (EUAM) Ukraine. The Memorandum is aimed at deepening parties’ cooperation for implementation of the anti-corruption reforms in Ukraine.
The NABU detectives will use Singapore's experience of combating corruption
A study visit of the NABU detectives to Singapore took place on 25-29 of April. Detectives learned about the work of the Singapore General Prosecutor office and trained to identify potential corruption risks in public procurement procedures. They also learned about the “3-E approach” to controlling corruption: effective laws, effective anti-corruption agencies, effective punishment.
The FBI has provided the NABU with equipment for digitizing paper documents
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has provided the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) with computers, advanced analytical software, and high-speed scanners which can digitize paper documents and make them electronically searchable. Thanks to this equipment all physical documents can now be digitized which will enhance investigative abilities by providing a means to search through disparate data and link clues from various sources.
The National Anti-corruption Bureau of Ukraine joined EPAC
Marking United Nations International Anti-Corruption Day: Ukraine, a priority
International experts: the People of Ukraine and western partners are on the NABU's side
NAB and EDGE (Canada) Signed the Agreement on Cooperation
Ambassador of Canada to Ukraine Roman Waschuk, Director of the National Anti-corruption Bureau of Ukraine Artem Sytnyk and the Director of EDGE project and Country Director of Agriteam Canada in Ukraine - Tawnia Ammar. July 10, 2015