NIS Papua New Guinea 2003
Perhaps as suggested by a billboard at a busy intersection on a Port Moresby street, corruption is killing Papua New Guinea (PNG). Indeed Corruption in its many forms has saturated many aspects of the public and private sectors of its society. Corruption is endemic and it happens at all levels of government and public sector organizations. There is also evidence of corruption in the private sector, although at less alarming rates.
The performance of various components of the National Integrity Systems study in PNG has produced a mixed bag of results. Except for the judiciary, the media, the PNG Ombudsman Commission and civil society, most government institutions are perhaps tolerant and passive towards corruption.
This report provides an analysis of national integrity systems in PNG and provides recommendations to improve the fight against corruption in country.