Integrity Management in the Public Sector: the Dutch Approach
In the Netherlands, public integrity was placed on the agenda in the early 1990s. This report describes how the Dutch integrity system developed and operates from both a national and an organisational perspective. The final section of the book contains academic reflections. The book includes practical insights from the perspective of municipalities, provinces, law enforcement, the Supreme Audit office and many more.
All in all, the book provides insights that might inspire other countries in their own efforts to manage integrity. This book's target audience includes policy-makers, ethics and integrity entities, anticorruption agencies, integrity and compliance officers, as well as NGOs, students, and researchers.