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NACS stands for National Anti Corruption Strategy

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In accordance with the resolution of the First National Anti-corruption Summit, this strategy represents a further step towards Government's contribution towards establishing a National Anti-corruption Strategy for the country. More on the National Anti-Corruption Strategy.
Since the launch of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy in 2009, some government departments have developed Anti-Corruption Policies and have set up Institutional Integrity Committees with the aim of fighting corruption within their own institutions. Some departments and institutions have not yet established Institutional Integrity Committees. I urge them to do so because it is a requirement. An instruction has been issued by my Government that 1 per cent of the annual budget of every Ministry, Department or Agency of Government be devoted to the work of Institutional Integrity Committees.
Following his re-appointment as Prime Minister in the 2012 General Elections, O’Neill announced the formation of another anti-corruption agency, the National Anti-Corruption Strategy Task Force (NACSTF). According to an announcement made in August 2012, the primary role of the NACSTF is to implement the National Anti-Corruption Strategy 2010 -2030, which had been ratified by the UNAC in May 2007. [19] According to O’Neill, the task force will draw membership from key government departments including the departments of the Prime Minister, Justice, Police, Treasury, the Ombudsman Commission, Auditor General and the Public Prosecutor’s office.
In Portugal, although various anti-corruption initiatives have been implemented over the last decade, including new legislation, there is no comprehensive national anti-corruption strategy in place. In addition, effective prosecution of high-level corruption cases remains a challenge. In this report, the European Commission suggests that Portugal ensures that law enforcement, prosecution and judiciary are well equipped to effectively deal with complex corruption cases, and establishes a convincing track record of corruption cases.