The Commission is going to make 450 government officials and employees information available to the public
The Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission announced that it was testing software to publicize the first round of 450 government officials and employees.
Mr. Ayelign Mulualem, Chief Commissioner of the Commission, said that the implementation of the software started in collaboration with an Indian company to publicize 150 thousand governmental employees and authorities.
He said the high priority of the software application is to disclose the wealth of officials and employees, especially in the most open areas of corruption. The Commissioner said, so far, about 80 individuals asset information is recorded, and the information will be open to the public at the end of the redevelopment process.
By the end of the trial, any individual may come to the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission offices to see the asset information. However, the registration of wealth for the public is not disclosed yet, but commissioner Ayelign noted that soon it will be available for the public. The asset registration has not been disclosed to the public until today because of the complexity of the work and the delay of the software completion.
On the other hand, the commission has also said this job did not complete for the past years due to the lack of human resource shortages, complexity, and capacity. Mr. Ayelign reported that the asset information of 80 individuals is being under investigation in this fiscal year, and 23 of them are being finalized.