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  Vision: “To improve Public Confidence in the Integrity of Persons in Public Life.”

 

Mission: “Securing the Integrity of Persons in Public Life.”

 

Mandate: Administering and enforcing the Integrity Commission Act which comprises of the Code of Conduct, and Declarations of income, assets and liabilities. 

 

VACANCIES

 

Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced persons to fill the vacant positions listed below:

 

Compliance Clerk

Minimum Qualification:

  • Five (5) subjects CXC including English Language, Mathematics;
  • Experience in Data Entry and Typing, Statistics Management
  • Must be computer literate (Microsoft Office)                                       

&

Verification Clerk 

Minimum Qualification:

  • Five subjects at CXC or GCE Ordinary Level including English Language and Mathematics.
  • Experience in conducting Investigation, Audits and any other field related to the verification of information would be an asset.
  • Certificate in International Public Sector Accounting Standards or Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigations

 OR

  • Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) Certificate.

 Job Descriptions for the above-mentioned positions could be obtained from the Commission’s Secretariat at the address below.

 Application, together with Curriculum Vitae, must be submitted no later than December 9, 2022. Kindly address all applications to:

                                                 

Secretary

Integrity Commission

Lot 126 Barrack Street,

Kingston, Georgetown (Opposite FedEx)

  

PUBLIC NOTICE

 

The Integrity Commission hereby wishes to inform all Specified Public Officers of its extension of submission date for the 2022 Declarations. The previous date as stated (August 31, 2022) is now extended to December 31, 2022.

 All Specified Public Officers are kindly asked to take note that Declarations of their Assets & Liabilities include those for themselves, spouse and children. You are also reminded to attach all supporting documents to your declaration forms. Supporting Documents included:

 

  1. Copy of income statement (s) from employer (s) for declaration period (salary statements, pay slips, employment contract, cheques stubs where applicable)
  1. Copy of rental agreement (s)
  2. Copy of Transport(s)/Certificate of Title(s)/Lease(s)
  3. Copy of latest valuation (s)
  4. Bank Statement (s) as at June 30th, 2022
  5. Copy of Certificate(s) of Registration for Motor Vehicle (s)
  6. Any other supporting documents (for information filled in the Declaration Form which included but not limited to Articles of Incorporation, Business registration, share certificates, Insurance Policies, Loan Agreements, and/or Mortgage Deeds, Trust Deeds where applicable)

 

2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 default Specified Public Officers are also reminded to submit their declaration form along with the above supporting documents.

All Specified Public Officers who are in non-compliance (to file a declaration with the Commission) are subject to Section 22 of the Commission’s Act No. 20 of 1997.


The provision of all declaration must be sent to:

The Integrity Commission's Secretariat:

Lot 126 Barrack Street (Opposite Camex Ltd- FedEx),

Kingston, Georgetown OR

PO Box 101510

 

For further information, kindly contact the Secretary or Legal/Compliance Officer on Telephone Numbers: 227-7688, 226-0142. Visitation to our Secretariat can be at the above address.

 

By: MANAGEMENT OF THE INTEGRITY COMMISSION

 

 

 

Welcome to the Guyana Integrity Commission’s website which provides public officers with a suitable platform to address relevant questions about the Commission and its work. This website also educates and informs the public about the Integrity Commission’s mandate.

 Statistics for 2018, 2019,2020 and 2021 Declarations' period as at 31st  May, 2022:

 

Declaration Years

Total Declarations

Number of Declarations Submitted

Number of Declarations Outstanding

2018 (1st July, 2017 to 30th Jun,e 2018)

1317

818

499

2019 (1st July, 2018 to 30th June, 2019)

1219

778

441

2020 (1st July, 2019 to 30th June, 2020)

1302

681

621

2021 (1st July, 2020 to 30th June, 2021)

1556

773

783

2022 (1st July, 2021 to 30th June, 2022)

1232

5

1227(Process is ongoing)

 

 

Why a Code of Conduct is important?

 

  • Aims to foster the core values in the Public Service
  • Helps to encourage responsible behavior
  • Promotes an identity statement for the Public Service
  • Allows Public Service workers to benchmark their performances
  • Acts as a mechanism for curbing unfair treatment in the Public Service
  • Provides a measure of consistency in dealing with key issues in the Public Service