Integrity Portal (MO0007)
Action Plan: Morocco Action Plan 2018-2020
Action Plan Cycle: 2018
Lead Institution: Ministry of Administration Reform and Civil Service (MRAFP)
Support Institution(s): Ministerial departments/government bodies; - Judiciary / Public Prosecutor’s Office; - Parliament; - Control, audit, and inspection institutions; - Royal Gendarmerie, Central Police Administration, Customs and Indirect Taxes Authority; - Territorial authorities/regional councils; - National institutions. - Civil society; - Mass media; - Labour federations and unions; - International bodies (GIZ, UNDP, OECD, World Bank, DCAF, Council of Europe, etc.).
Policy AreasCapacity Building, E-Government, Public Participation, Social Accountability Measures & Feedback Loops
Setting up an integrity portal
From March 2018 to November 2019
Lead implementing agency/actor
Central Authority for Prevention of Corruption (ICPC)
What is the public problem that the commitment will address?
The Kingdom of Morocco has launched several projects to strengthen integrity, promote transparency, and fight corruption. However, communicating these efforts to the public is fragmented and limited. It is difficult to gather information on integrity and anti-corruption using one sole medium. Hence, establishing a national integrity portal will be a strong push. This project is specifically part of Axis 3, (“Transparency and Access to Information”) of the 2015-2025 National anti-corruption Strategy
What is the commitment?
The portal seeks to: - Familiarise the public with the achievements and national actions developed in terms of integrity, and highlight the efforts made by the various stakeholders working on integrity and anti-corruption, - Provide users with a knowledge base that comprises all the data on integrity and related issues (fighting and preventing corruption, transparency, accountability, conflicts of interest, ethics, etc.); - Direct visitors to the entire platforms developed as part of the creation of a national integrity system and the national anti-corruption strategy; - Enable visitors to express their expectations, suggestions and complaints regarding integrity through a participatory virtual space; - Identify actions to be taken by different stakeholders related to integrity and anticorruption. The impact of this commitment will be evaluated on the basis of the following indicators: - Number of institutions enriching the integrity portal; - Number of visitors; - Frequency of the portal’s update.
How will the commitment contribute to solve the public problem?
This anticipated portal must provide its future users with a sector-specified and thematic view of all programmes conducted by stakeholders specialising in integrity in Morocco. It will constitute a main point of access to information on integrity.
Why is this commitment relevant to OGP values?
The fulfilment of this commitment will strengthen efforts made to promote the principles of integrity, transparency, and good governance.
The success of this project will depend significantly on the involvement and willingness of the stakeholders, considered as vital sources of information who guarantee the portal’s reliability and durability. Hence, special focus will be laid on the portal’s governance and management, especially aspects concerning the collection of data and channels for interaction, all of which fall within the framework of agreements concluded by the Central Authority for Prevention of Corruption with its partners.
Milestone Activity with a verifiable deliverable
Designing the portal
March 2018 November 2018
Identifying the portal’s content and services
December 2018 May 2019
Developing the portal
June 2019 August 2019
Preparing guides for updating the portal and organising training sessions for the partner government departments
September 2019 October 2019
Launching the portal
Contact point details
Name of responsible person from implementing agency
Mr Abdellatif Mouatadid
Title and department
Director / Support Unit
Email and telephone
Email: email@example.com Telephone: 0537578654 / 0661161260
Other actors involved
- Ministerial departments/government bodies; - Judiciary / Public Prosecutor’s Office; - Parliament; - Control, audit, and inspection institutions; - Royal Gendarmerie, Central Police Administration, Customs and Indirect Taxes Authority; - Territorial authorities/regional councils; - National institutions.
- Civil society; - Mass media; - Labour federations and unions; - International bodies (GIZ, UNDP, OECD, World Bank, DCAF, Council of Europe, etc.).
Legislative Petition System
MO0019, 2018, E-Government
ATI Awareness Raising
MO0001, 2018, Access to Information
Allow Citizens to Comment on Draft Legislation
MO0020, 2018, E-Government
Training Information Officers
MO0002, 2018, Access to Information
Proactively Publication of Legislative Data and Documents
MO0021, 2018, Access to Information
Administrative Training and Organization
MO0003, 2018, Capacity Building
Increase Opportunities for Citizens to Visit the Legislature
MO0022, 2018, Legislative
MO0004, 2018, Access to Information
Citizen Consultation on Public Policies
MO0023, 2018, E-Government
Evironmental Data Sharing
MO0005, 2018, Access to Information
Establishment of a Partnership with Civil Society and Academia
MO0024, 2018, Legislative
MO0006, 2018, Access to Information
MO0007, 2018, Capacity Building
Public Service Framework
MO0008, 2018, E-Government
MO0009, 2018, E-Government
Public Service User Complaint
MO0010, 2018, Capacity Building
MO0011, 2018, Fiscal Openness
Budget Transparency Law
MO0012, 2018, Anti-Corruption
MO0013, 2018, E-Government
MO0014, 2018, Capacity Building
Setting up an Electronic Platform for “Citizen Participation”
MO0015, 2018, Capacity Building
MO0016, 2018, Capacity Building
Strengthening Access of Civil Society to Audio-Visual Media
MO0017, 2018, Capacity Building
Communicating at a Large Scale About Morocco’S Joining the OGP and its Progress in Terms of Open Government