Vision of integrity
Of equal importance, if not more, is to make provision for an open culture, to have model conduct among managerial staff and to strengthen the moral competence of civil servants and their managers by means of education and training. To attain this 'good' civil servants and 'good' employers are needed. This means that the civil servant should deal carefully and responsibly with the powers, resources and information to which he/she has access for the benefit of the general good which he/she serves. A 'good' employer is responsible for adopting a good integrity policy and protecting civil servants by removing risks and temptations and teaching and encouraging them to make sound (moral) judgments. The National Integrity Office developed a range of products that supports both civil servants as employers in reaching this target (See models and instruments)
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