In recent years, several cases have been uncovered which illustrate a corruption risk in the public sector in Norway. The session presents results from surveys on public-sector corruption risk. We also ask the lessons learned from the Boligbygg case in Oslo and the corruption case involving the Agency for Planning and Building Services in Drammen municipality. How can municipalities' own supervisory bodies ensure better corruption prevention? What are law enforcement's experiences from investigations within the public sector?
Esben Kyhring, Chief Public Prosecutor and Head of the Corruption Team, ØKOKRIM, Norway
Tora Aasland, Head of the Ethics Committee, The Norwegian Association of Local and Regional Authorities (KS), Norway
Gudrun Grindaker, Manager, Norsk Rådmannsforum, Norway
Stig L. Beck, Managing Director, Solon Eiendom ASA, Norway
Frank Willy Djuvik, Head of the Supervisory Board, Sogn and Fjordane County Municipality, Norway
Lise Spikkeland, Special Adviser, The Norwegian Association of Local and Regional Authorities (KS), Norway
Ole Sølvik, Chief of the Section for Economic and Environmental Crime, Southeastern Police District, Norway