Article Title

Monitoring Integrity and Performance: An Assessment of the Independent Private Sector Inspector General

Type of Work

Article

Date

Spring 2007

Journal Title

Public Integrity

Journal ISSN

1099-9922

Journal Volume

9

Journal Issue

2

First Page

117

Last Page

132

DOI

10.2753/PIN1099-9922090201

Abstract

Improving the connection between performance and integrity is an ongoing project in public administration. A template for bringing performance and integrity together is provided by the innovation of independent private sector inspectors general (IPSIGs). This article traces the literature on corruption control and assesses the role of IPSIGs in preventing or reducing corruption, while ensuring effective performance in public procurement.

Hamilton Areas of Study

Government, Public Policy