The Malaysian Institute of Integrity (IIM) was established on 4 March 2004 with the objective to coordinate, monitor and evaluate the implementation of the National Integrity Plan (PIN). In January 2019, PIN was replaced with the National Anti-Corruption Plan (NACP).
The NACP was developed by the National Centre for Governance, Integrity and Anti-Corruption (GIACC) with the main objective that every public and private institution in the country to implement initiatives in overcoming governance, integrity and corruption issues for the next five years.
The NACP’s vision is to create a corrupt-free nation through three specific goals which are Accountability and Credibility of Judiciary, Prosecution and Law Enforcement Agencies; Efficiency and Responsiveness in Public Service Delivery, and Integrity in Business.
IIM is the operational body of GIACC with the aim to develop the capabilities and competencies of the public and private sectors on matters pertaining to governance, integrity and anti-corruption, which ultimately aims to making Malaysia known for her integrity and not corruption.
IIM provides consultations, assessment instruments and training services to government agencies, private organisations as well as small medium enterprises which include Anti-Bribery Management System, ABMS, Development of Organisational Anti-Corruption Plan (OACP), Individual Integrity Profile (IIP), Integrity Assessment Tool (IAT), Community Integrity Building (CIB) and Ethics and Integrity Training Programmes.