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INTEGRITY CLUBS FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Integrity Clubs to promote integrity and good governance are being introduced as a Pilot Project in six secondary schools this week. The Pilot Project was launched on September 18, 2018 at Queen’s Royal College, at Speyside Secondary School, Tobago on September 19 and at St. George’s College on September 13 by Mr. Martin A. Farrell, Vice Chair of the Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute. The launch of "Integrity Clubs" takes place at St Joseph's Convent, San Fernando on September 21st and at the Bon Air Secondary School on October 1. A date for the In-School Club launch at Williamsville Secondary has not yet been finalised.
NOTICE: PRE-QUALIFICATION OF SUPPLIERS AND CONTRACTORS
In preparation for the full proclamation of the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Property Act 2015, the Integrity Commission of Trinidad and Tobago is seeking to pre-qualify suppliers and contractors to provide goods and services.
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Come to our Open Week from Monday, May 25 - Friday, May 29, 2015.Read More
INTEGRITY COMMISSION REMINDS THAT MAY 31st DEADLINE APPROACHES
The Integrity Commission of Trinidad and Tobago wishes to remind Persons in Public Life that the deadline for filing their Declarations of Income, Assets and Liabilities (Form A) and Statements of Registrable Interests (Form B) for the year ending December 31, 2014 is May 31, 2015.Read More
The Integrity Commission of Trinidad and Tobago, as part of its mandate to raise awareness and educate in support of Integrity, launched a debate competition – INTEGRITY MATTERS – among all tertiary level institutions in Trinidad and Tobago on January 22nd 2015.
Debate Teams will be drawn from Tertiary Institutions of Trinidad & Tobago, one Team (three students) per institution.
Venue for Debates: Cipriani Labour College
Finals and Prize Giving – March 18th at 6.30pm
Statement from the Integrity Commission - MAY 12, 2015.
Reference is drawn to an article in the Sunday Express of May 3rd 2015 at page four under the headline “Dana’s murder an act of terrorism.’ In the article the author inaccurately states that “as a consequence of a letter written by Seetahal, on July 18 to the Registrar of the Integrity Commission, former chairman Kenneth Gordon stepped aside from the Commission’s investigation into email gate.”Read More
Statement from the Integrity Commission - March 31, 2015.
The Integrity Commission of Trinidad and Tobago at its regular meeting this morning, March 31, 2015, noted the recent allegations made in the Parliament of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago that have given rise to public unease.Read More
There is no right way to do the wrong thing
After months of intense preparation, students from 31 Primary and Secondary schools in Trinidad and Tobago competed for valuable prizes in Music, Visual Arts, Drama/Theatre, Dance/Creative Movement and the Language Arts in the Integrity Commission’s Integrated Arts Do Right Champions Competition. Competition, on the Integrity theme, was held over four days last week at the Rudranath Capildeo Learning Resource Centre in Couva and at the Scarborough Library in Tobago.Read More
INTEGRITY COMMISSION’S INVESTIGATION LEADS TO IMPROVED GOVERNANCE AT THE MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT & WATER RESOURCES
It is not often that we hear of public officers who "raise the bar" and inspire teams to do the right thing. These leaders do the right thing, at the right time, for the right reasons. They put ethics before the bottom line and, as a result, they champion dedicated teams to embark on structured approaches to ensure compliance with applicable rules, regulations and policiesRead More
Address by Justice Zainool Hosein Chairman, Integrity Commission of Trinidad and Tobago Launch of British High Commission’s UK Anticorruption Plan Level 14, Tower D, International Waterfront Centre.
At a courtesy visit on the 10th December, 2014 by Mr. Charles Moore, Chargé d’ Affaires for the U.K. to the Offices of the Integrity Commission, informal discussions were held as to how the U.K. could assist the Integrity Commission in its work and inter alia, the prevention of corruption of persons in public life in general and to preserve and promote the integrity of public officials and institutions. At the time it would appear that the U.K. had its own Anti-Corruption Plan but there wasRead More
Do Right Championship In Integrated Arts
The 2014-2015 school year marks a significant transition in the Integrity Commission’s Do Right Champions competition as the Ministry of Education and the Division of Education, Youth Affairs and Sport in the Tobago House of Assembly collaborate in an Integrated Arts Project on the theme of Integrity for students of all Primary and Secondary schools in Trinidad and Tobago.Read More