MandateTo promote just utilization ofpublic resourcesVisionA responsive and accountablepublic sectorMissionTo promote good governance,accountability and rule of lawin public officeCore ValuesIntegrityImpartialityProfessionalismGender Equality and Equity


THE INSPECTORATE OF GOVERNMENTJubilee Insurance Centre, Plot 14, Parliament AvenueP.O. Box 1682 Kampala, UgandaGeneral Lines: 0414- 255892/259738/310000/344219 Hotlines: 0414-347387/0312-101346Fax: 0414-344810 Email: [email protected] Website: www.igg.go.ugFacebook: Inspectorate of Government Twitter: @IGGUgandaYouTube: Inspectorate of GovernmentOFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF GOVERNMENTInspector General of GovernmentTel: 0414-259723Deputy Inspector General of GovernmentMr. George N. BamugemereireTel: 0414-259780Email: [email protected] Inspector General of GovernmentMs. F. Mariam WangadyaTel: 0414-259709Email: [email protected] of Finance and AdministrationSecretary to the Inspectorate of GovernmentMs. Rose N. KafeeroTel: 0414-359788/0414-236038Fax: 0414-257590Email: [email protected] Shared ServicesMr. Robert BukenyaTel: 0414-257014Email: [email protected] of Research, Education andAdvocacyDirector: Mr. Okiror StephenTel: 0414-348613Email: [email protected] of Leadership CodeDirector: Ms Annet TwineTel: 0414-251526Email: [email protected] of Legal AffairsDirector: Ms. Sarah Birungi KalibbalaTel: 0414-342135/0414-343739Email: [email protected] of Ombudsman AffairsDirector: Mr. David MakumbiTel: 0414-251380Email: [email protected] of Special InvestigationsDirector: Mr. Magezi JoramTel: 0414-342116/0414-254421Email: [email protected] of Anti-CorruptionDirector: Mr. Polly MuhairweTel: 0414-251383Email: [email protected] of Project Risk, Monitoring andControlDirector: Mr. James PenywiiTel: 0414-347388/0707771020/0776103334/0776103543Email: [email protected]

DIVISIONSInformation and Internal Inspection DivisionHead of Division: Mr. Stephen KasiryeTel: 0414-342113Email: [email protected] Partnerships and Public RelationsDivisionHead of Division: Hajjat Munira AliTel: 0414-231530Email: [email protected] REGIONAL OFFICES ADDRESSES AND CONTACTSArua Regional OfficePlot 10 Weather Head Park Lane,P.O. Box 789, AruaTel: 0707771004/0776103467Email: [email protected] Portal Regional OfficePlot 1A Mugurusi RoadP.O. Box 157, Fort PortalTel: 0483-423010/1/0776103567/0707771009Email: [email protected] Regional OfficePlot A1Ogwok Ayaru RoadPece Division, Gulu MunicipalityP.O. Box 771, GuluTel: 0471-432569/432568 /0776103449/0707771005Email: [email protected] Regional OfficePlot 17 Orphanage RoadP.O.Box 113, HoimaTel: 0465-440260/0776103320/0707771006Fax: 0465-440262Email: [email protected] Regional OfficePlot 35 Nile AvenueP.O. Box 303, JinjaTel: 0434-120160/ 0434-122688/0776103532/0707771011Email: [email protected] Regional OfficePlot 20 Babukika RoadP.O. Box 981, KabaleTel: 0414 699713/ 0776103513/ 0707771003Fax: 0486-422027Email: [email protected] Regional OfficePlot 1645 Gyagenda RoadNtinda, KiwatuleP.O. Box 1682, KampalaTel: 0393-215561/2Email: [email protected] Regional OfficePlot 8 & 10 Market Road, Adyel DivisionP.O. Box 1, LiraTel: : [email protected] Regional OfficePlot 29/31 Victoria Road,National Water BuildingP.O. Box 925, MasakaTel: 0481- 420222/0776103471/0707771015Email: [email protected] Regional OfficePlot 20 Masaba RoadP.O.Box 24, MbaleTel: 0454-435029/35255 /0707771007/0776103494Email: [email protected] Regional OfficePlot 17 Muti DriveP.O. Box 1903, MbararaTel: 0485-421068/ 0776103214/0707771001Fax: 0485-421720Email: [email protected] Regional OfficePlot 3 Odeke RoadP.O. Box 104, MorotoTel: 0393-278373/0707771002/0776103398Email: [email protected] Regional OfficeMoyo S.S RoadP.O. Box 192, MoyoTel: 0393-280102/0707771016/0776103355Email: [email protected] Regional OfficeUpper KaugaP.O. Box 901, MukonoTel: 0414-692042/3Email: [email protected] Regional OfficePlot 4, Moroto RoadP.O. Box 346, SorotiTel: 0454-461784/461584/0707771018/0776103400Email: [email protected] Regional OfficePlot 45 Kashmir RoadTororo MunicipalityP.O. Box 5, TororoTel: 0454-445533/4/0707771010/0776103320Email: [email protected] ANNUAL INSPECTORATE OF GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE REPORT TO PARLIAMENT (JANUARY – JUNE 2020)

TABLE OF CONTENTSPageTable of Contents .List of Tables .List of Appendices .Abbreviations & Acronyms.iiiiiiiivExecutive Summary.vOverview of the Inspectorate of Government . 1Constitutional Mandate to submit performance reports to Parliament.1Functions of the Inspectorate of Government . 1General Powers of the Inspectorate of Government. 2Special Powers of the Inspectorate of Government. 2Jurisdiction and Independence of the Inspectorate of Government . 2Strategic Objectives of the Inspectorate of Government.CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION. 2Organization Structure of the Inspectorate of Government . 3Inspectorate of Government Regional Offices . 5. CHAPTER TWO: IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ANTI-CORRUPTION FUNCTIONIntroductionInvestigations of Corruption in Central Government .6Investigations of Corruption in Local Government . 11Corruption Investigation by Internal Information and Inspection Division18Constraints/ Challenges in Corruption Investigations .19Arrests made.19Prosecutions . 19Civil Litigation.Asset Recovery.20.20CHAPTER THREE: IMPLEMENTATION OF THE OMBUDSMAN FUNCTIONIntroduction . 22General Ombudsman Investigations. 22Systemic Interventions. 23.Challenges in conducting Ombudsman Investigations and systemicinterventions . 23Future plans . . 24BI- ANNUAL INSPECTORATE OF GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE REPORT TO PARLIAMENT (JANUARY – JUNE 2020)i

CHAPTER FOUR: ENFORCEMENT OF THE LEADERSHIP CODE OF CONDUCTBackground .25Management of Declarations.25Verifications of Declarations .26Investigations into breaches of the Leadership Code . .26Gifts Declared by Leaders .26Constraints in enforcing the Leadership Code of Conduct.27Future plans . 27 27.Recommendations . .CHAPTER FIVE: PREVENTION OF CORRUPTION AND MALADMINISTRATIONIntroduction .Research and Survey . 28.28.29. .33Implementation of Public Awareness programs and partnerships .Transparency, Accountability and Anti-Corruption in projectsMedia Relation and coverage . .3840CHAPTER SIX: CAPACITY BUILDING AND COLLABORATIONIntroductionLocal Trainings.40.41International Trainings and Exchange Programs .CHAPTER SEVEN: CHALLENGES, RECOMMENDATIONSAND FUTURE PLANSIntroductionChallenges and constraints. . 42General Recommendations .42Future Plans . 43ii.BI- ANNUAL INSPECTORATE OF GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE REPORT TO PARLIAMENT (JANUARY – JUNE 2020)

LIST OF TABLESPageTable I:Table 2:Coverage of IG Regional OfficesOmbudsman Complaints completed January – June 2020523Table 3:Status of Project Implementation35Table 4:Number of Registered complaints January – June 202045Table 5:Number of cases sanctioned for investigations January – June 202046Table 6:Nature of corruption cases investigated and completed47Table 7:Departments/ Institutions complained against January – June 202048Table 8:Complaints recieved according to Districts49Table 9:Arrests Effected January – June 202052Table 10:Concluded cases during the period of January – June 202054Table 11:Cases before Courts of First Instance as At 30th June 202058Table 12:Pending Criminal Appeals as at 30th June 202067LIST OF FIGURESFigure 1: Complaints received during the period January – June 202045Figure 2: Complaints received during the period January – June 2020Comparison of the cases received during the period July – December 2019and January – June 2020 46Figure 3: Comparison of the cases investigated and completed during theperiod and July – December 2019 and January – June 202047LIST OF APPENDICESAppendix A - Investigations statistics.Appendix B- Arrests.Appendix C- Prosecution cases .44.BI- ANNUAL INSPECTORATE OF GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE REPORT TO PARLIAMENT (JANUARY – JUNE 2020)5153iii

ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONSACA-Anti – Corruption AgencyACD-Anti-Corruption DivisionADR-Alternative Dispute ResolutionsCAA-Civil Aviation AuthorityCAO-Chief Administrative OfficerCFO-Chief Finance OfficerCIDA-Community Integrated Development AgencyCIID-Criminal Investigation and Intelligence DepartmentCPC-Community procurement CommitteeCPMC-Community Project Management CommitteeCWC-Community Watershed CommitteeCSO-Civil Society OrganizationCRETA-Citizens Responsibility to Enhance Transparency andAccountabilityDANIDA-Danish International Development AgencyDEI-Directorate of Ethics and IntegrityDEP-Directorate of Education and Prevention ofCorruption/IGDFID-Department for International DevelopmentDHO-District Health OfficerDIGG-Deputy Inspector General of GovernmentDLA-Directorate of Legal AffairsDLC-Directorate of Leadership CodeDLG-District Local GovernmentDOA-Directorate of Ombudsman Affairs/IGDPM-Division of Project MonitoringDRDIP-Development Response to Displacement Impacts ProjectDRO-Directorate of Regional OfficesDSI-Directorate of Special InvestigationsEACC-Ethics and Anti-Corruption CommissionESAMI-Eastern and Southern African Management InstituteESC-Education Service CommissionEU-European UnionFBI-Federal Bureau of InvestigationsFM-Frequency ModuleFY-Financial YearGHM-Grievance Handling MechanismGIZ-Deutsche Gasellsschaft fur InternationaleZusammenarbeit (German Cooperation)ivBI- ANNUAL INSPECTORATE OF GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE REPORT TO PARLIAMENT (JANUARY – JUNE 2020)

GOU-Government of UgandaIACs-Integrity Ambassadors ClubsIEC-Information, Education and CommunicationIG-Inspectorate of GovernmentIGAD-Inter-Governmental Authority on DevelopmentIGG-Inspector General of GovernmentIG-ODS-Inspectorate of Government Online Declaration SystemIII-Information and Internal Inspection/IGIRCU-Inter-Religious Council of UgandaJLOS-Justice, Law and Order SectorKCCA-Kampala Capital City AuthorityLC-Local CouncilLGs-Local GovernmentsMAAIF-Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industries and FisheriesMDALGs-Ministries, Departments, Agencies and LocalGovernmentsMDAs-Ministries, Departments and AgenciesMFSC-Micro Finance Support CentreMoDVA-Ministry of Defence and Veteran AffairsMoE&S-Ministry of Education and SportsMoFA-Ministry of Foreign AffairsMoFPED-Ministry of Finance, Planning and EconomicDevelopmentMoH-Ministry of HealthMoIA-Ministry of Internal AffairsMoLG-Ministry of Local GovernmentMoTWA-Ministry of Tourism, Wild Life and AntiquitiesMOU-Memorandum of UnderstandingMP-Member of ParliamentMUST-Mbarara University of Science and TechnologyNARO-National Agricultural Research OrganizationNBS-National Broadcasting ServicesNCDC-National Curriculum Development CentreNIRA-National Identification and Registration AuthorityNUSAF-Northern Uganda Social Action FundOAG-Office of Auditor GeneralODPP-Office of Director of Public ProsecutionsOPM-Office of the Prime MinisterP&IR-Public and International Relations/IGPHC-Primary Health CarePPDA-Public Procurement and Disposal of Public AssetsBI- ANNUAL INSPECTORATE OF GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE REPORT TO PARLIAMENT (JANUARY – JUNE 2020)v

PRDP-Peace Recovery and Development ProgramPRLRP-Pastoral Livelihoods Resilience ProjectPS-Permanent SecretaryPSC-Public Service CommissionPSJ-Platform for Social JusticePTC-Primary Teachers CollegeREA-Rural Electrification AgencySACM-Social Accountability and Community MonitoringSEC/IG-Secretary Inspectorate of GovernmentSPIO-Senior Principal Inspectorate Officer/IGSUGAR-TAF -Strengthening Uganda’s Anti-Corruption Response-Technical Advisory FacilitySTAAC-Strengthening Transparency, Accountability andAnti-CorruptionTAAC-Transparency, Accountability and Anti-CorruptionUGX-Ugandan ShillingsUIA-Uganda Investment AuthorityUNATU-Uganda National Teachers’ UnionUNDP-United Nations Development ProgramUNEB-Uganda National Examination BoardUNHCR-United Nations High Commission for RefugeesUNRA-Uganda National Roads AuthorityUPF-Uganda Police ForceUPPET-Universal Post Primary Education and TrainingUSD-United States DollarUWA-Uganda Wildlife AuthorityviBI- ANNUAL INSPECTORATE OF GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE REPORT TO PARLIAMENT (JANUARY – JUNE 2020)

EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThe Inspectorate of Government (IG)is required to submit to Parliament atleast once in every six months, a reporton the performance of its functions andmake recommendations for the efficientperformance of public institutions. This isthe 43rd report covering the period January– June 2020.Summary of AchievementsInvestigation of Corruption casesThe IG created theSpecial Investigationsinvestigate organized,high profile cases ofvalue in excess of UGXDirectorate ofto expeditiouslysyndicated andcorruption of a1 Billion shillings.During the period a total of 566 wereinvestigatedandcompleted.Someof the high profile cases involvedMismanagement of funds by DirectorLocalGovernmentAdministration/Ag.Permanent Secretary, Abuse of office byofficials of Ministry of Works and Transportand Ministry of Ministry of Agriculture,Animal Industry and Fisheries, Corruptionat the Rural Electrification Agency, Causingfinancial loss to Government and Abuse ofoffice by officials of Uganda Police Force.Despite the COVID – 19 Pandemic theinvestigations recommended for recoveryof UGX.1,120,942,504/ out of which UGX618,549,714 was recovered and depositedon the IG Asset Recovery Account.ProsecutionsThe IG has strengthened the prosecutionled investigation strategy in order tofoster effective evidence gathering andprosecution of cases. This is intended toanswer the question as to why apparentlystraightforward cases fail in Court. TheIG is also exploring plea bargain andstrongsanctionsagainstoffendersincluding termination of employment.During the period the IG prosecutedone hundred and nine (109) cases.Twenty-three (23) cases were concludedas follows; fourteen (14) convictions,five (5) acquittals, and four (4) caseswithdrawn. During the period prosecutionled to recovery of UGX.337,980,960 .Implementation of the OmbudsmanfunctionThe IG is pursuing a strategy of engagingand empowering Ministries Departmentsand Agencies to strengthen internalsupervision and to set up Local ComplaintHandling Mechanisms so that citizens’concerns are addressed at source. Thiswill free up time for IG to focus on matterswhichrequirespecializedattention.During the period a total of 368 corruptioncomplaints were concluded and thecomplaints involved mismanagement ofpublic properties, employment disputes,nonpayment of (salaries, pension, gratuityand other benefits) and victimization amongothers. As a result of the Ombudsmaninterventions, UGX.59,174,295 was paidas gratuity to individual complainantsby the Ministry of Education andSportsandUgandaPoliceForce.Enforcement of the Leadership Code ofConductThe IG has been using the onlineDeclaration System (IG-ODS) to receivedeclarations of income, assets and liabilitiesof specified leaders and during the periodthe compliance rate was 85.8% (21,456).During this period 18 investigations into thebreach of the Leadership Code of Conductwere concluded that led to recoveryof UGX.61,556,309/ and an estate of 10units equivalent to UGX.1,300,000,000/ .The IG also completed 224 verificationswith a total confirmed income ofUGX.74,576,221,766 andtheassetsverified were worth UGX.37,511,105,817 .BI- ANNUAL INSPECTORATE OF GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE REPORT TO PARLIAMENT (JANUARY – JUNE 2020)vii

The IG received a declaration of a giftof One hundred and fifty thousandUnited States Dollars (USD 150,000)and Two (2) Jeep vehicles) that was adonation to support the Government’seffort to fight Coronavirus pandemic.Strengthening Strategic Partnerships andEnhancing Public AwarenessThe IG has built strategic partnershipswithbothlocalandInternationalPartners and leverage on the strengthand specialty of each institution whichhas resulted into improved quality ofour investigations and engagements.The IG has continued to NIDAandUNDP among others to support ministration.The IG engaged over 40 Civil SocietyOrganizations(CSOs)toempowercommunities on social accountability. TheIG trained 9,812 members of CommunityWatershedCommittees,CommunityProject Management Committees andCommunity Procurement Committees onthe importance of ensuring transparencyand accountability during implementationof the sub-projects. The IG implemented theSTAAC component that led to preventionandrecoveryofUGX.105,919,800 .The involvement of CSOs, Citizens as wellas other Anti-Corruption Agencies has ledto increased knowledge of citizens aboutaccountability issues in the communities,improved channels for ordinary citizensto raise complaints about poor ServiceDelivery, Corruption and Mal-administrationin the DLGs, timely responses and actions tocitizens’ concerns and access to information.Capacity building, Networking andPartnership:The staff of IG are being equipped with skillsand equipment to strengthen the capacity todetect, investigate and recover stolen assetsviiifrom individuals involved in graft of publicresources. The staff have had specializedtraining in computer hacking and forensicinvestigation; Intelligence development andinvestigations involving Crypto currency/Virtual Assets that will enable it to effectivelyfight corruption related cyber-crimes.To effectively win the fight against corruptionand maladministration the IG is devisinginnovative and new techniques and tacticsto match the dynamic nature of the societywhilst committing to ending corruptionand taking decisive action against the vice.RecommendationsThe Government of Uganda should increasefunding to the IG to be able to conductcriminal sessions in the areas wherecases originate from; this ensures fasterdisposal of cases and communities directlyappreciate government efforts to combatcorruption. Also more funding is needed toprocure modern investigation equipment,vehicles, continuous Legal Education/training for all prosecutors and investigatorsto keep up to date with new methods ofinvestigation and prosecution of corruption.The Government should appoint anddeploy more judges to the Court of Appealsince it handles all Constitutional matters aswell as any other civil, criminal and electionappeals. Also more judicial officers shouldbe deployed at the Anti-Corruption Divisionto increase efficiency and fasten disposal ofcases. Corruption cases cannot be rushedand they involve a lot of documentation.The Directorate of Ethics and Integrityshould initiate the amendment of theLeadership Code Act to address the lop holesthat arose from its recent amendment.All Accounting Officers for MinistriesDepartmentsAgenciesandLocalGovernments should ensure that publicinformation and records are alwaysupdated which will enable accuracy ofdata and obtaining of credible information.BI- ANNUAL INSPECTORATE OF GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE REPORT TO PARLIAMENT (JANUARY – JUNE 2020)

CHAPTER ONEOVERVIEW OF THE INSPECTORATEOF GOVERNMENT1.0 BackgroundThe Inspectorate of Government wasestablished under Chapter 13 of theConstitution of the Republic of Uganda andthe Inspectorate of Government Act No. 5of 2002. The Inspectorate is one of the keyinstitutions through which the Governmentof Uganda fulfils Objective XXVI of theNational Objectives and Directive Principlesof State Policy enshrined in the Constitutionof Uganda. These objectives are that; allpublic offices shall be held in trust for thepeople, All persons placed in positionsof leadership and responsibility shall intheir work, be answerable to the peopleand all lawful measures shall be taken toexpose, combat and eradicate corruptionand abuse or misuse of power by thoseholding political and other public offices.1.1 Constitutional mandate tosubmit Performance Reportto ParliamentThe Inspectorate of Government (IG) isconstitutionally and statutorily obligatedto submit to Parliament a report of theperformance of its functions wherein itmakes the necessary recommendationsand contains information that Parliamentmay require (Article 231(1) of theConstitution and Section 29(1) of theInspectorate of Government Act 2002).The IG therefore is required to submitto Parliament at least once in every sixmonths, a report on the performance of itsfunctions and making recommendationswhich the office considers necessaryfor the efficient performance of publicinstitutions. This is the 41st report of theIG to Parliament which gives a summaryof the performance of the Inspectoratefor the period January – June 2019.1.2 Functions of the Inspectorateof GovernmentThe functions of the Inspectorate ofGovernment as spelt out in Article 225 ofthe Constitution of Uganda and Section 8(1)of the Inspectorate of Government Act are:(a)To promote and foster strict adherenceto the rule of law and principles ofnatural justice in administration;(b) To eliminate and foster the eliminationof corruption, abuse of authority and ofpublic office;(c)To promote fair, efficient and goodgovernance in public offices;(d) To supervise the enforcement of theLeadership Code of Conduct;(e)To investigate any act, omission, advice,decision or recommendation by apublic officer or any other authorityto which the Article applies, taken,made, given or done in exercise ofadministrative functions; and(f)To stimulate public awareness aboutthe values of constitutionalism ingeneral and the activities of the office,in particular, through any media orother means it considers appropriate.BI- ANNUAL INSPECTORATE OF GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE REPORT TO PARLIAMENT (JANUARY – JUNE 2020)1

1.3 General Powers of theInspectorate of GovernmentThe general powers of the Inspectorateare laid down in section 12 of theInspectorate of Government Act andinclude: Authority by IG officers toinvestigate allegations of corruption,abuse of office, maladministration andbreach of the leadership code of conduct.The Inspectorate also, has powers to enterand inspect the premises or property ofany department of Government, personor of any authority; to call for, examine andwhere necessary, retain any document oritem in connection with the case beinginvestigated, found on the premises; andmay, in those premises, carry out anyinvestigation for the purpose of its functions.1.4 Special Powers of theInspectorate of GovernmentThe Inspectorate of Government is grantedspecial powers under Article 230 of theConstitution and Section 14(5) of theInspectorate of Government Act. Thesepowers are powers to investigate or causeinvestigations, arrest or cause arrest,prosecute or cause prosecution in respect ofcases involving corruption, abuse of authorityor of public office, maladministration andbreach of the leadership code of conduct.The Inspector General of Government(IGG) may also, during the course of hisor her duties or as a consequence of hisor her findings, make such orders andgive such directions as are necessaryand appropriate in the circumstances.1.5 Jurisdiction andIndependence of theInspectorate of GovernmentArticles 226 and 227 of the Constitutionprovide the Inspectorate of Governmentwith areas of authority and guaranteeits independence. The jurisdiction ofthe Inspectorate of Government coversofficers or leaders whether employed in thepublic service or not, and the institutions,2organizations or enterprises Parliament hasprescribed under S.9 of the Inspectorate ofGovernment Act. These include the Cabinet,Parliament, courts of law, central and localgovernments and statutory corporations,among others. The jurisdiction of the IG hasalso been expanded by the Anti- corruptionAct 2009 to include the Private Sector.The IG is independent in the performanceof its functions and shall not be subject tothe direction or control of any person orauthority and shall only be responsible toParliament.1.6 Strategic Objectives of theInspectorate of GovernmentThe IG Strategy is premised on five StrategicObjectives:(a) Reducing corruption: The IG willincrease its capacity to effectivelyinvestigate and prosecute cases ofcorruption, implementing mechanismsaimed at reducing the growingcaseload; and strengthening systemsthat detect and prevent corruption.(b) Leveraging the ombudsman role: TheInspectorate will strengthen its ability toidentify and resolve underlying driversof complaints and use systemic andinnovative approaches to identify andaddress high-risk areas in governance.(c) Enforcing the Leadership Code ofConduct: The IG will continue in itsefforts to enforce the Leadership Codeof Conduct, which will in turn re-enforcethe Government’s priority of increasedtransparency and accountability. Inthis regard, the IG launched the OnlineDeclaration System (IG-ODS) thatwill improve the leaders’ complianceand ensure effective and efficientverfications of information provided.BI- ANNUAL INSPECTORATE OF GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE REPORT TO PARLIAMENT (JANUARY – JUNE 2020)

(d) Strengtheningorganisationalcapacity for service delivery: TheIG will build a performance drivenculture with focus on achievement ofstrategic and operational objectives. Inaddition, the culture of the organisationwill be value driven with specialemphasis on integrity, impartiality andprofessionalism.(e) Effectivecollaborationswithpartners: The IG will invest in workingin partnership and collaboration withkey stakeholders including Parliament,sister Accountability entities, MDAs,LGs, CSOs and the public in executionof its mandate to improve governanceThe Directorate of Finance andAdministration (DFA) Responsible staff recruitment andwelfare Procurement of works, goods andservices Facilitation of staff in performance oftheir duties Management of staff emoluments,entitlements and welfare Staff performance appraisal Preparation of budget and policystatements Organize training of staff in variousskills.and eliminate corruption.1.7 Organization Structureof the Inspectorate ofGovernmentThe Leadership of the Inspectorate ofGovernment is provided for under Article223 of the Constitution. It is comprisedof; the Inspector General of Government(IGG) and two Deputy Inspectors Generalof Government (DIGGs). The InspectorGeneral of Government and the Deputiesare appointed by the President with theapproval of the Parliament of Uganda.The Secretary to the Inspectorate ofGovernment is the Accounting Officer andis appointed by the President on the adviceof the Public Service Commission.After Office Development Assessment(ODA), the structure of the Inspectorateof Government was changed for strategicimplementation of its functions andobjectives to comprise of eight Directoratesand two Divisions. The functions of each ofthese are outlined as below:The Directorate of Special Investigations(DSI) Investigates complex high profilecases of corruption. Carries out arrestsThe Directorate of Research, Educationand Advocacy (DREA) Advocacy and Capacity Building Research and LearningThe Directorate of Legal Affairs (DLA) Renders Legal advice to IG Prosecutions Civil litigation Supporting InvestigationsThe Directorate of Leadership Code (DLC) Leadership Code enforcement Investigations/ verification ofdeclarationsBI- ANNUAL INSPECTORATE OF GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE REPORT TO PARLIAMENT (JANUARY – JUNE 2020)3

The Directorate of Anti-Corruption (DAC) Represents IG at Regional level Carries out investigations in LocalGovernmentsThe Directorate of Ombudsman Affairs(DOA) Ombudsman Investigations Policy & Systemic InterventionsThe Directorate of Project Risk Monitoringand Control (DPRMC)4 Monitoring & Inspection ofGovernment and Donor fundedProjects Investigations into corruption ingovernment and donor projectsThe Division of Internal Inspection andInformation (III) Vetting of staff to be recruited by IGand other Government Institutions. Curtailing of possible corruptionamong IG staff Intelligence gathering andInvestigationsThe Division of Strategic Partnership andPublic Relations (SP& PR) Responsible for Public andInternational Relations and strategicpartnershipsBI- ANNUAL INSPECTORATE OF GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE REPORT TO PARLIAMENT (JANUARY – JUNE 2020)

1.8 Inspectorate of Government Regional OfficesPursuant to the provisions of article 228 of the constitution, the Inspectorate has so farestablished sixteen (16) regional offices. The regional offices are structured to perform thefunctions of the inspectorate and are spread over the country as follows:Table I: Coverage of IG Regional OfficesNo. RegionRegionalOfficeDistricts1.Kampala(7 Districts)Mpigi, Mityana, Mubende, Butambala, Wakiso,Gomba and Kampala.Masaka(9 Districts)Masaka, Kalangala, Sembabule, Rakai,Bukomansimbi, Kalungu, Lwengo, Lyantondeand KyoteraMukono(7 Districts)Mukono, Kayunga, Nakaseke, Luwero, Buvuma,Nakasongola and Buikwe.Fort Portal(8 Districts)Kabarole, Bundibugyo, Ntoroko, Kamwenge,Kyenjojo, Kyegegwa, Bunyangabu and Kasese.Hoima(8 Districts)Hoima, Kibaale, Kiboga, Buliisa, Masindi,Kagadi Kiryandongo and Kakumiro.Mbarara(10 Districts)Mbarara, Isingiro, Ibanda, Kiruhura, Bushenyi,Rubirizi, Mitooma, Sheema, Buhwej

Jubilee Insurance Centre, Plot 14, Parliament Avenue P.O. Box 1682 Kampala, Uganda . PHC - Primary Health Care PPDA - Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets . SACM - Social Accountability and Community Monitoring SEC/IG - Secretary Inspectorate of Government SPIO - Senior Principal Inspectorate Officer/IG .