Abu Dhabi’s Accountability Authority has launched a digital platform to report financial and administrative violations to ensure transparency and integrity further. Users can anonymously alert authorities about financial corruption through the Wajib app. The organization is responsible for ensuring accountability across government entities and firms in which the state has 25% stakes.
Consumers, suppliers, and employees can use the app to send confidential reports about unlawful activities of government bodies. The app is designed to protect privacy, and since it is easy to use, it will encourage the community to get involved in fighting corruption. Once reports are received and processed, the person who sent the alert will be contacted to verify the information and their identity through a code sent to their phone.
The CPI scores the most corrupt and cleanest countries on a scale of zero to a hundred. The UAE is doing well as the Arab state with the lowest level of corruption on the list. Thanks to digital platforms for reporting wrongdoings, it may even become one of the least corrupt nations globally.