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Title: Tan Sri Hj Abu Kassim bin Mohamed


1
Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Challenges and
Opportunities
  • Tan Sri Hj Abu Kassim bin Mohamed
  • Chief Commissioner of MACC

23 Nov 2013 Panama City
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Rule of Law Every citizen is subject to
Anti-Corruption law


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CHALLENGES
  1. Effective Detection
  2. Private Sector Corruption
  3. Forensic Accounting
  4. Public Confidence
  5. Conviction Rate
  6. Professionalism
  7. Transparency

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Opportunity Transformation of ACA


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BRIEF HISTORY
Anti-Corruption Agency 1967
National Bureau of Investigation 1973

Anti-Corruption Agency 1982
Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission 2009

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SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON CORRUPTION
ANTI-CORRUPTION ADVISORY BOARD
COMPLAINTS COMMITTEE
MALAYSIAN ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISION
CONSULTATION AND CORRUPTION PREVENTION PANEL
OPERATIONS REVIEW PANEL
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PMO (O) 7 SERVICE LINES
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PMO (OPERATIONS) PROJECT DASHBOARD THE
TRANSFORMATION JOURNEY
Q2 2013
Q4 2014
  • Nationwide Survey
  • Workshops
  • Courses
  • Dialogue sessions
  • Staff Interviews
  • Revisit SOPs
  • Nationwide Rollout
  • Compliance Audit
  • More Training
  • Pilot Projects
  • Coordination with HR
  • Talent Corp Recruitment
  • Gap Analysis
  • Benchmark Visits
  • Pilot Projects
  • International Trainings
  • International Trainers
  • New SOPs

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OPERATIONS TRANSFORMATION - ACHIEVEMENTS
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LEVEL OF CONFIDENCE
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Completion Rate of Investigation Papers
PERIOD 2011 2011 2012 2012
PERIOD No. of IPs No. of IPs
lt 1 Month 215 22.4 160 19.73
1-3 Months 441 45.9 407 50.12
4-6 Months 233 24.1 190 23.46
7-9 Months 70 7.2 46 5.70
10-12 Months 8 0.8 8 0.99
TOTAL 967 100 811 100
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Use of Force Report Against MACC Officer
Year 2008 Year 2009 Year 2010 Year 2011 Year 2012 Year 2013
26 12 1 1 2 0
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Video Interviewing Room (VIR)
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  • LEGAL TRANSFORMATION

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CORPORATE LIABILITY
  • - Current law punishes individuals
  • - Instructions from CEO or members of the Board
    of Directors
  • - Include provision to punish corporate
    organisations

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MISCONDUCT IN PUBLIC OFFICE
  • To introduce this provision as a Common Law
  • Definition of the offence
  • The offence is committed when
  • a public officer acting as such
  • wilfully neglects to perform his duty and/or
    wilfully misconducts himself
  •  to such a degree as to amount to an abuse of the
    public's trust in the office holder

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Significant Growth in Tax Revenue - Ops 3B
Agency Year 2012 Year 2011 Year 2012
JKDM 28.2 Billion 30.8 Billion 32.4 Billion
LHDN 94.0 Billion 109.0 Billion 124.88 Billion
Approx. RM13.25 USD1.00
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CASE INVOLVING MULTI NATIONAL COMPANY SIME
DARBY BERHAD
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HUMAN CAPITAL TRANSFORMATION
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OUTCOME BASED BUDGETING (2013) GROWTH OF
CONFIDENCE LEVEL
OPERATIONS TRANSFORMATION
IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 2013-2015
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ESTABLISHMENT OF STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
THE SET UP OF PREVENTION PMO
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  • OPERATIONS TRANSFORMATION

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TRANSFORMATION PHASE
Pre Event (2008)
Post-Event (2009-2011)
Implementation Stage 2012
Strategically focused
Preparation of Outcome Based Budgeting (2013)
Outcome based Performance
Shift changes through leadership
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  • HUMAN CAPITAL TRANSFORMATION

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PEOPLE ROLES
Issues from Diagnostic
Solutions Recommendations
  • Jobs are designed around rank and civil service
    pay grades.
  • Job requirement not linked to job value
    contribution.
  • HR system processes is subject to PSC and JPA
    governance framework, e.g. recruitment,
    promotion and career progression criteria may not
    be meeting MACCs needs.
  • To migrate to a competency-based human capital
    management system and re-configure and develop
    new rulebook for all human capital processes.
  • To establish a full-fledge strategic HR function
    which will be the custodian to all human capital
    processes and system.
  • To source and staff highly competent talents for
    Forensic, HR, Corporate Communications and Legal.

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  • PREVENTION TRANSFORMATION

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PMO PREVENTION
Executive Transformation Committee
PMO Prevention
Corruption Prevention In Private Sector
Task Force Based Inspection
Curriculum Development
Human Capital
Political Engagement
Civil Society Engagement
Media Communication
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TERMS OF REFERENCE
Service Lines
CORRUPTION PREVENTION IN PRIVATE SECTOR
CIVIL SOCIETY ENGAGEMENT
TASK FORCE BASED INSPECTION
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
POLITICAL ENGAGEMENT
MEDIA COMMUNICATION
Roles Responsibilities
  1. Formulation of the Project Strategic Plan
  2. Gap Analysis
  3. Benchmarking Best Practices
  4. Updating Developing SOPs
  5. Designing the structure Prevention tool kits
  6. To review, assess and analyze data, and execute
    activities
  1. Connectivity with Human Resource Team
  2. To maintain regular communication with
    stakeholders and managing day-to-day dealings
  3. To collaborate with Jawatankuasa Eksekutif
    Transformasi (JET) to ensure deliverables of work
    streams are met.

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  • To review the entire organizational structure of
    the Prevention sector covering the Inspection and
    Consultancy Division / Community Education
    Division / Strategic Communications Division of
    MACC
  • 2. To review the current systems and operations
    of Prevention sector of MACC
  • 3. To advise and recommend to the PMO Prevention
    and every service lines to enhance methods and
    strategies on Prevention
  • 4. To monitor the implementation of structural
    reforms and operating system of Prevention
    sector
  • 5. To determine the direction of human capital
    development of Prevention sector
  • 6. To develop prevention capabilities in the
    private sector, civil society and political
    aspect and
  • 7. To receive, review and endorse proposals of
    each service line on the improvement of
    Prevention sector.

Roles Responsibilities
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THANK YOU
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