Transparencia Mexicana

For The Creation Of A National Index Of Corruption And Good Governance

Overview
Transparencia Mexicana, the Mexican chapter of Transparency International, is focused on promoting transparency, accountability, and integrity in the provision of public services in Mexico. Among its core activities, the organization monitors national and subnational government practices on service delivery and procurement. This grant will allow the organization to continue producing its National Index on Corruption and Good Governance, incorporating disaggregated data at the local level for the first time.
About the Grantee
Grantee Website
www.tm.org.mx 
Address
Dulce Olivia 73
Villa Coyoacan
Mexico City, 04000 Mexico
Grants to this Grantee
for continued support of a national index of corruption and good governance  
Transparencia Mexicana, the Mexican chapter of Transparency International, promotes transparency, accountability, and integrity in the provision of public services in Mexico. Among its core activities is the monitoring of national and subnational government practices on service delivery and procurement. This grant will support Transparencia Mexicana to launch an Anti-Corruption Data Hub to coordinate and monitor the proliferation of data release and monitoring initiatives at the federal and subnational level.
for the creation of a national index of corruption and good governance  
Transparencia Mexicana, the Mexican chapter of Transparency International, is focused on promoting transparency, accountability, and integrity in the provision of public services in Mexico. Among its core activities, the organization monitors national and subnational government practices on service delivery and procurement. This grant will allow the organization to continue producing its National Index on Corruption and Good Governance, incorporating disaggregated data at the local level for the first time.
for general operating support  
Transparencia Mexicana, the Mexican chapter of Transparency International, is focused on promoting transparency, accountability, and integrity in the provision of public services in Mexico. Among its core activities, the organization monitors national and subnational government practices on service delivery and procurement. This grant would allow the organization to continue producing its National Survey on Corruption and Good Governance, incorporating disaggregated data at the local level for the first time. The organization also would use the support to develop a tool for citizen reports, recording acts of corruption in real time.

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