Integrity Risk Assessments

Low levels of integrity have a negative impact on the trust between actors, managerial efficiency and reputation of institutions and organizations.

The Integrity Risk Assessment is a participatory tool based on the principal-agent theory, that identify and assess weak integrity between service providers and “payers”. It includes document analysis and interviews with key stakeholders. The tool takes a “collaborative-friendly” approach pointing out those relationships with low levels of integrity.

The Integrity Risk Assessment can be used as a Participatory-Learning Tool to get a better understanding of concepts such as transparency, accountability and participation. They can also be used as an Advocacy Tool to create change.

Within the Pactitioner’s Tool Box the Integrity Risk Assessment is the first step of a process which aims to improve performance. Integrity Risk Assessments also provide the data to conduct Agent-Based Modeling.

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