The Anti-Corruption Commission is mandated by law to spearhead the fight against corruption in Zambia.
Each organisation should be responsible for preventing corruption from occurring within its sphere of control.
The role of the Anti- Corruption Commission is to provide assistance and advice to those organisations which introduce preventive measures and to provide investigation and prosecution services when corrupt practices become apparent.
An integrity committee is a committee appointed in an organisation, tasked with taking steps to prevent corruption within the organisations sphere of control.
The first members of the Integrity Committee of the National Road Fund Agency were sworn in by the Secretary to the Cabinet on the 9th October 2010, after going through an Induction Training Programme which was conducted by the Anti-Corruption Commission from 9th to 20th October 2010 in Siavonga. This marked the creation of National Road Fund Agency Integrity Committee.
The main roles of the NRFA Integrity Committee are to:
NRFA has put in place the following governance documents as measurable steps to prevent corruption:-
i) Service Charter
ii) Board Charter
iii) Audit Charter
iv) Code of Ethics
v) Whistle-blower Policy
vi) Disciplinary Code and Grievance Procedure
The NRFA IC has put in place the following mechanisms for receiving comments and complaints through the NRFA IC Chairperson:-
i) In person :33 Fairley Road, Ridgeway, Lusaka
ii) Letter: Box 50695 , Lusaka
iii) Suggestion Box: 33 Fairely Road, Ridgeway, Lusaka
iv) Phone: 260211255660/253145/250823
v) Fax: 260211253154/252731
vi) Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
i) Director Internal Audit (IC Chairperson)
Tel. No. 2600211254562
ii) Manager Finance (IC Secretary) Tel. No 260211253145
iii) Director Corporate Services (IC Member) Tel.No.260211254551
iv) Manager Tolling Infrastructure (IC Member)
v) Manager Monitoring and Evaluation (IC Member) Tel. No. 260211255660
vi) Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant (IC Secretariat)