NACC and MCOT move forward the fight against corruption and building of public awareness

NACC and MCOT move forward the fight against corruption and building of public awareness

Mr. Kematat Paladesh, President, MCOT Public Company Limited, and Mr. Warawit Sukboon, Secretary-General, National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC), recently signed “The Memorandum of Anti-Corruption Drive Cooperation Between MCOT and NACC”, at a meeting in room 601, Administration Building 1, MCOT Public Company Limited, Bangkok.

The objective of the agreement is to propel the prevention and suppression of corruption in accordance with the national strategy master plan for anti-corruption and misconduct issues, and encourage operations under the Cabinet Resolution of 16 June 2020 to have public relations of state agencies raise awareness of Integrity and Transparency Assessment (ITA). This aims to promote acknowledgement by the general public and public officers across the country of their roles in operational and service development processes for further effectiveness and transparency, and promote MCOT as a moral and transparent organisation tasked with leading the joint fight against corruption in a sustainable way.

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