The Intergovernmental Anti-Corruption Council is an institution created according to Georgian Law on "Conflict of Interests and Corruption in Civil Service". Its functions are coordinating anti-corruption activities in the country, updating and controlling implementation of anti-corruption strategy and action plan, controlling reporting to international organizations, initating corresponding legislative actions and preparing recommendations.
IDFI joined the Anti-Corruption Council in January 2013.
See the Ordinance of the Government of Georgia on Composition and Statute Intergovernmental Anti-Corruption Council (in Georgian)
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