TTI Annual National Integrity Index


South Dublin County Council has topped Transparency International Ireland’s (TII) annual National Integrity Index.

Transparency International Ireland’s (TII) annual National Integrity Index (NII) ranks the country’s 31 local authorities based on three criteria: transparency, accountability and ethics.

South Dublin County Council ranked joint highest alongside Fingal County Council when it comes to behaving in a transparent manner. South Dublin County Council received 100% in the Accountability ranking and received an overall score of 22 points out of 30.

The index and report examine systems and practices for promoting integrity in local authorities and draws from information available on council websites, freedom of information requests and feedback from local authority staff and councillors. The index is based on research carried out between June 2019 and December 2019.

Sarah Brooks

Sarah Brooks

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