The 3 Top Strategies That Can End Corruption If Implemented The Right Way

Corruption is what’s common in all nations all over the globe. We can’t say anything more about that because it is true but since it has been a widespread problem, some strategies were designed to end corruption. It can work but only if it will be implemented correctly. We could be asking for a miracle to happen but everyone will have a change of heart and move on towards change, there is a possibility that it can happen. Check out the top strategies can end corruption.

1. Better compensation for public servants

Washington, DC, February 10, 2010 – Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator Craig Fugate today swore in Richard Devylder, Special Advisor to the Secretary for the California Emergency Management Agency, and James G. Featherstone, General Manager of the City of Los Angeles Emergency Management Department, as members of FEMA’s National Advisory Council (NAC). The NAC—comprised of emergency management and law enforcement leaders from state, local and tribal government and the private sector—advises the FEMA Administrator on all aspects of disaster preparedness and management to ensure close coordination with all partners across the country. “The National Advisory Council helps ensure communication and cooperation among the nation’s broad emergency management team,” said Administrator Fugate. “These new members are experienced and dedicated public servants whose backgrounds in preparedness and emergency management make them valuable additions to the National Advisory Council.” FEMA/Terry Monrad

The individuals who have access to the government resources are the ones who are serving the public. If there is anyone who can make things happen, it is the public servants. The best way to keep them from doing crimes is to compensate them in a much better way. Come to think of it, what is the top reason why people commit a crime? It’s because what they are getting are not sufficient for their needs.

2. Transparency With The Government Expenses

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This strategy should be a walk in the park because if there is nothing to hide, the transparency shouldn’t be a big deal. It is the best way that the taxpayers can see where the money they are paying going to. If it is open to the people, we can avoid billions of dollars just to disappear.

3. Stop the red tape

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It is the first thing that should be stopped if we want a chance to end the corruption. We should all stop doing and asking favors when it comes to government needs. It has been a long practice of the red tape culture, and it’s about time that we get rid of it for good.

We should not lose hope. We still have an opportunity as long as people will learn to cooperate for the benefit of the public.

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