What do we do?

The purpose of the National System is to establish principles, general bases, public policies and procedures for the coordination among the authorities of all levels of government in the prevention, detection, and punishment of administrative offenses and acts of corruption, as well as in the control and oversight of public resources. It is an instance whose purpose is to establish, articulate and evaluate the policy on the matter.

Our structure

The National Anticorruption System is composed of the members of the Coordinating Committee, the Citizen Participation Committee, the Governing Committee of the National Control System and the Local Anticorruption Systems. It is also integrated by the Executive Secretariat and the Executive Committee.

The function of the Coordinating Committee is to be the body responsible for establishing mechanisms for coordination among the members of the National Anticorruption System, as well as for designing, promoting and evaluating public policies to combat corruption.

The tasks of the Coordinating Committee are: to implement the mechanisms, bases, and principles of coordination with the authorities of control, control, and prevention of administrative faults and acts of corruption; the establishment of coordination mechanisms with the Local Anticorruption Systems; and participate in the mechanisms of international cooperation to combat corruption.

The Citizen Participation Committee is the body that contributes to achieving the objectives of the Coordinating Committee, as well as its objective is the link with social and academic organizations related to the National Anticorruption System and is made up of five citizens who have stood out for their contribution to transparency. It is composed of five honorable and prestigious citizens, who have stood out for their contribution to transparency, accountability or the fight against corruption. Some of its main functions are to comment and make proposals on national policy and comprehensive policies; propose to the Coordinating Committee the projects of coordination bases between the institutions for the control of public resources, the improvement projects to the instruments of the National Digital Platform, as well as the mechanisms for society to participate in the prevention and reporting of acts of corruption.

The Governing Committee of the National Audit System is presided over in a dual manner by the Superior Auditor of the Federation and the person who is the head of the Ministry Public Administration, or by the representatives who respectively designate for this position.

He is responsible for designing, approving and promoting comprehensive policies on oversight; implement the coordination mechanisms among all members of the System; implement the supply, exchange, systematization and updating mechanisms of the information that in the matter of control and control of public resources generate the competent institutions in the matter.

The Local Anticorruption Systems are formed by a Local System for each state of Mexico and must have an integration and attributions equivalent to those of the National Anticorruption System. They have access to the necessary, adequate and timely public information for the best performance of their functions; issue recommendations, public policies, and reports; as well as, they must have adequate attributions and procedures to follow up on the recommendations, reports, and policies they issue.

The Executive Secretariat is a decentralized agency, not sectorized, with legal personality and its own assets, with technical and management autonomy, which will be based in Mexico City. It will have an operational structure for the realization of its attributions, objectives, and purposes. It serves as the technical support organ of the Coordinating Committee of the National Anticorruption System and is responsible for providing the necessary inputs for the performance of its attributions.

The Executive Committee generates the necessary technical inputs for the Coordinating Committee to carry out its functions; proposes policies for the prevention, control and dissuasion of administrative faults and acts of corruption; raises the methodology to measure and monitor the phenomenon of corruption; issue the reports of the evaluations that the Technical Secretary submits to the consideration of the policies; Creates mechanisms for the supply, exchange, systematization and updating of information on the control and control of public resources, prevention, control and deterrence of administrative offenses and acts of corruption; among other.

Institutional work

The National Anticorruption System is a coordination effort that occurs among all institutions that are related to accountability and the fight against corruption. This institutions together with the Citizen Participation Committee make up the Coordinating Committee:

The Ministry of Public Administration is in charge of the internal control of the Federal Public Administration. Their work consists of monitoring the acts or omissions of federal public servants, auditing the expenditure of federal resources and coordinating the Internal Control Organs of federal agencies; issues regulations that regulate the instruments and control procedures of the Federal Public Administration; has the faculty to sanction the non-serious administrative faults; Among other functions.

The Superior Audit Office of the Federation is the technical body responsible for overseeing the use of federal public resources in the three Branches of the Union, the autonomous constitutional bodies, the states, municipalities and in general any entity, natural or legal person, public or private that has captured, collected, managed, managed or exercised federal public resources. That is, he is in charge of external control. With the creation of the National Anticorruption System, it now monitors public accounts in real time and issues results every four months, not just annually.

The Office of the Special Prosecutor in the Fight against Corruption has the function of investigating and prosecuting crimes related to acts of corruption of federal competence, as well as any other crime committed by a federal public servant in the performance of his employment, position or commission.

The National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data is responsible for making public information transparent and ensuring compliance with the rights of access to public information and the protection of personal data; promote the full exercise of the rights of access to public information and protection of personal data, as well as the transparency and openness of public institutions; as well as, coordinate the National System of Transparency and Protection of Personal Data, so that the guarantors establish, apply and evaluate actions of access to public information, protection and due treatment of personal data.

The Federal Court of Administrative Justice provides fiscal and administrative justice in the federal order with full autonomy, honesty, quality and efficiency, at the service of society, which guarantees full access to justice, in accordance with the principles of legality and legal security, in a prompt, complete, impartial and free way, to contribute to the strengthening of the Rule of Law, the development of the country and social peace.

The Council of the Federal Judiciary guarantees the administration, vigilance, discipline and organize and impart the judicial career, that is, it is in charge of monitoring and disciplining the magistrates and judges of the Judicial Power, so it has the faculty to initiate proceedings against it by some act or omission that they have committed that results in some administrative fault.