Excerpt of the first interview with Mr. L.B. Files, president of The AACI. Some countries believe in managing corruption rather than fighting corruption. Worse, some countries use corruption as a tool for governance.
Posts cover the costs of corruption of all kinds. Such costs include, but not limited to, those associated with and have negative impacts on the rule of law, public funds, and resources, education, healthcare, poverty, civil society, economic sustainability, foreign direct investment (FDI), interest rate, citizenship, and citizens trust in public institutions.
These posts also cover the negative consequences of corruption on the proper separation of powers (legislative, judicial, and executive), and tax collections.
The AACI’s View November 13, 2017 Ban Ki-moon’s, the United Nations Secretary-General, message on the International Anti-Corruption Day on December 9, 2016 was forceful and alarming: “Corruption strangles people, communities and nations. It weakens education and health…..No country is immune, and every country bears a responsibility to end it.” Fighting corruption is not an option; it […]
The least cost of corruption is money or anything of monetary value. Corruption damages kill. It kills. Healthcare corruption, especially in developing countries, should put the international community on alert. Though the estimated annual average costs of fraud are 5% of gross revenues in developed countries, it exceeds 15% ( it probably reaches 50%) in […]
As The American Anti-Corruption Institute’s (AACI) journey approached five years since launching its operations in late 2012, fraud and corruption scandals continued to make headlines. Though the Volkswagen Dieselgate costs exceeded $30bn to date, and Samsung’s CEO will spend time in prison for corruption charges, the corporate world does not seem to be paying attention. Corruption […]
June 13, 2017; Technical Staff The AACI currently prepares an initiative for the Arab countries healthcare sector. It is an ambitious and innovative anti-corruption project. Transparency, integrity, and accountability are fundamental pillars of the project. The Arab countries healthcare decision makers and executive management will always play a pivotal role in preventing and deterring fraud […]
Starting September 1, 2016, The AACI offers globally a disciplined anti-corruption certification program to organizations seeking to prevent fraud and corruption inside their business processes, operations, and culture. This certification process is the first of its kind worldwide and forms a basis for institutional change in fighting fraud and corruption. It is available to organizations […]
The complete an hour-long interview with Rt. Hon. Bruce George, an exceptional election fraud expert and British politician who served in the UK parliament for more than 36 years.Rt. Hon. Bruce George is a member of The AACI board of advisors. The AACI and Texas A&M University School of Law, Fort Worth, TX, look forward to […]
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