Since its inception, the Administrative Control Authority has been concerned with keeping pace with the latest global and international developments in all areas of preventing and combating corruption, raising awareness of the risks and negative impact of corruption on society, the national economy and comprehensive development. The Department of International Cooperation is responsible for communicating and coordinating with foreign entities cooperating with the ACA and following up on international conventions and treaties, including:
- United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC).
- United Nations Convention against Transitional Organized Crime (UNTOC).
- Arab Anti-Corruption Convention.
- African Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption.
- Arab Network for Promotion of Integrity, Transparency and Combating Corruption.
The ACA signed several protocols for cooperation and exchange of experiences with many counterpart agencies in the Arab and foreign countries as follows:
National Authority for Preventing and Combating Corruption - Algeria
Integrity and Anti-Corruption Commission - Jordan
Oversight and Anti-Corruption Authority - Saudi Arabia
National Anti-Corruption Commission - Tunisia
Anti-Corruption General Authority - Kuwait
Inspectorate of Government - Uganda
National Anti-Corruption Commission - Cameroon
Office of Preventing and Combating Corruption - Tanzania
Anti-Corruption Commission - South Sudan
Anti-Corruption Commission - Mauritius
Anti-Corruption Commission - Malaysia
Vietnamese Inspectorate of Government - Vietnam
Chinese Ministry of Supervision - China
National Anti-Corruption Service - Romania
French Anti-Corruption Commission - France
Commission for Anti-Corruption and Illegal Assets Forfeiture /CACIAF/ - Bulgaria
Federal Bureau of Investigation - United States of America
Homeland Security - United States of America
In addition to cooperation with several international organizations:
International Anti-Corruption Academy
United Nations Development Program (UNDP)
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
Arab Network for Promotion of Integrity and Combating Corruption.
Africa Association of Anti-Corruption Authorities
Network of Corruption Prevention Authorities (NCPA)
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
In addition, the Administrative Control Authority makes contacts, cooperation and training relations with other countries, including Italy, Britain, Germany, the Netherlands, Korea, Indonesia and other countries around the world. Believing in its role in providing its expertise and capabilities accumulated since its inception in all areas of anti-corruption to the counterpart agencies in the Arab and African countries, the ACA has organized training courses and workshops for members of many agencies, including in Kuwait, Palestine, UAE, Oman, Iraq, Tanzania, Uganda, Saudi Arabia and the Sudan in the following areas:
- Examining complaints and media reports of corruption.
- Field investigations and observations.
- Analysis of content and statistical data.
- Financial analysis and document examination.
- Evaluating performance and production efficiency of government agencies.
- Communication skills and the skills of conducting official interviews.
- Debriefing and witness discussion skills.
- Tracking looted assets and funds and recovery procedures.
- detecting corruption cases and providing evidence to investigators.
- Illicit gains crimes.
- Money laundering crimes.