The Islamic Tourism Centre (ITC) unveiled the ITC Organisational Anti-Corruption Plan 2023-2027 (ITC OACP), which was developed in collaboration with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and Malaysian Institute of Integrity (IIM).
The initiative reflects ITC’s support for the Ministry of Tourism, Arts & Culture’s (MOTAC) goal to establish Malaysia and its ministry as an anti-corrupt organisation. It also stands for ITC’s commitment to becoming a better organisation that cultivates good governance, promotes integrity and is corruption-free, conforming with the Government’s anti-corruption agenda through the National Anti-Corruption Plan (NACP).
On launching the ITC OACP 2023-2027, YBhg. Datuk Hajah Saraya Arbi, Secretary-General of MOTAC, said: “The collective efforts of all organisations towards the sole goal of fighting corruption is to support the Malaysian Government’s aspiration to ensure a fairer and more equitable management of the country, resulting in a prosperous nation and people.”
She added: “As the leading agency for the development of Islamic Tourism in Malaysia, integrity, transparency, and trust are among the core values that ITC prioritises. This is important considering that ITC often deals with the public and foreign parties, promoting Malaysia’s positive image on a global scale.”