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NIF Commences Posting of Fees & Process-maps at NASSCORP

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NIF Commences Posting of Fees & Process-maps at NASSCORP
Monrovia, June 22, 2022.
Today, the National Integrity Forum (NIF) started the posting of fees and process-maps at the National Social Security and Welfare Corporation (NASSCORP).
The banners contain information regarding cost of services and procedures in accessing those services at NASCORP. Openly displayed to help tackle corruption resulting from lack of information, the initiative will increase access to relevant information and promote transparency and accountability in the provision of basic services.
Other public facilities targeted by the NIF for the fees and process-maps posting including: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs/Passport Division, Ministry of Health/Bureau of Vital Statistics, Ministry of Transport/ Department of Land Transport Regulatory Services, Liberia Business registry (LBR) and the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital.
When successfully completed, the activity will also help to reduce corruption and eliminate bureaucracies often created by unscrupulous individuals or group at the detriment of the people due to lack of public information on laydown procedures and processes in accessing services at these and other key public facilities.
Established in 2010, the National Integrity Forum is a multi-stakeholder group that seeks more collaborative effort of integrity institutions in government, civil society and business. It seeks to assist in the fight against corruption through capacity building, sensitization, dialogue and other well-meaning efforts to rectify the unbearable effects of corruption and promote a culture of integrity in Liberia.
Members of the NIF include: The Public Procurement and Concessions Commission (PPCC), the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU), Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC), Governance Commission (GC), Liberia Extractives Industries Transparency Initiative (LEITI), General Auditing Commission (GAC), National Elections Commission (NEC), Ministry of Justice (MOJ), Law Reform Commission (LRC), Accountability Lab Liberia and the Center for Transparency and Accountability in Liberia (CENTAL).
With funding from the Government of Sweden through the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), the NIF is being supported by CENTAL under its National Integrity Building and Anti-Corruption (NIBA) Program. NIBA seeks to, among other things, empower citizens with relevant pieces of information to demand for and take actions against corruption in Liberia.
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