The draft resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers “On approving the procedure for organizing short-term training courses on ethics of official conduct for executive employees of Government Agencies and institutions” has been published on the portal of discussing draft normative-legal acts.
The draft document was developed by the Prosecutor General’s Office. With this draft resolution, the developers intend to approve the provision on the procedure for compulsory short-term training courses for responsible employees of state bodies and organizations on ethics of official conduct, resolving conflicts of interest and other anti-corruption issues.
The Academy of the Prosecutor General’s Office will be tasked with developing standard curricula and programs on ethics of official conduct, conflict of interest settlement and other anti-corruption issues and posting them on the official website of the Prosecutor General’s Office.
“Employees are required to take short-term courses at educational institutions that are part of the system of this state body or organization, as well as at institutions that, in accordance with the law, are responsible for further training of employees of this state body or organization,” the draft document says.
The draft resolution states that during the final control (certification), following the results of further training in a specialty, the knowledge of employees on ethics of official conduct, the settlement of conflicts of interest and others will be evaluated.