The Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency (AVAF) has been present at the III Open Government Conference held by the Government of the Canary Islands, held on December 1 and 2 in Jameos del Agua (Lanzarote).
Víctor Almonacid, director of Prevention, Training and Documentation, has been the representative of the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency at the conference “Open Government on the stage of the 2030 Agenda”.
“Ethical values for a new governance: from theory to practice” was the table in which the director of Prevention, Training and Documentation highlighted prevention as a differentiating element of the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency compared to reactive institutions that act when the irregularities and fraud have already occurred in the public administration.
The commitment to public integrity for the execution of all public funds
Rafael Rubio, professor of Constitutional Law at the Complutense University and counselor of the Council for Transparency and Participation of the Community of Madrid, participated in this table, as well as María Méndez, coordinator of the Anti-Fraud Measures Plan working group of the General Subdirectorate of the Government Recovery and Resilience Mechanism. of the Canary Islands
The table was moderated by Pedro Pacheco, president of the Canary Islands Audit Court, who pointed out that the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency is “the most advanced and the one that leads” the regional offices and agencies in terms of prevention and fight against fraud and corruption.
The meeting “Open Government on the stage of the 2030 Agenda” brought together representatives of the Open Government Alliance (OGP), the Presidency of the Government of Spain, the Council for Transparency and Participation of the Community of Madrid, the Network of Local Entities for the Transparency and Citizen Participation of the FEMP, the Transparency Council of Aragon, the Presidency of the Government of Navarra, as well as councils such as Castellón and Gipuzkoa and Canary Islands institutions such as the Canary Institute of Public Administration and the Canary Institute of Statistics (ISTAC) among others.
The closure was carried out by Clara Mapelli, General Director of Public Governance. Ministry of Finance and Public Function of the Government of Spain.
We share below the viewing of the table “Ethical values for a new governance: from theory to practice” III Conference on Open Government of the Canary Islands “Open Government on the stage of the 2030 Agenda”