The evaluation would strictly be based on the activities and impact made by the specific initiative being awarded and not on other initiatives executed by the nominated institution/individual.
The initiative must meet the requirement of the awards category.
- Alignment with GII core values
Integrity, Transparency, Accountability, Independence, Impartiality, Objectivity and Cooperation.
The initiative must present an innovative idea, a distinctively new approach, or a unique policy implemented in order to solve a problem of corruption in the institution.
The initiative has impacted/ or has the potential to impact on the corruption fight in Ghana.
The initiative should be able to be sustained and have positive impact on the future of the institution.
The initiative could be adaptable to other contexts and by other institutions. There should ideally be evidence that it has inspired similar innovations in other public-sector institutions.
- Inclusiveness and participation
The project/initiative has been designed and implemented in a participatory matter to include the vulnerable and socially excluded groups.
- Public voting
The Integrity Personality of the year category would be open for public voting via SMS, online and on social media. The public vote would make up 60% of the final marks for the awards.