International Ethical Standards Board

I give below mails I have sent to several supporters of UNCAC coalition initiatives, UNDP, Vigilance Commission and Special Prosecutors [known as Lokayukta in India], with a purpose to establish International Ethical Standards Board [IESB] in the same line as IASB. Your contribution towards this objective is welcome.

Sub: Preventive Measures of Corruption Ch II UNCAC

The most difficult part of any anti-corruption drive is applying the preventive measures successfully. I am happy to announce the release of the book with the main case-study of Chapter II Preventive Measures UNCAC. You will find useful in implementing the UNCAC Preventive measures and follow it up effectively straightaway as the relevant Articles are dealt with comprehensively. The most important aspect of the study suggest how to ‘measure’ Responsibility and ‘derive’ accountability by resource areas as well process areas. The Accountability table pins down each area individually and collectively by each sub-clause of the Articles dealt with and pinpoints how to scale up to the optimum level.

This would add to your initiatives you have taken strengthening the Preventive Measures in controlling corruption. I request you to spare a few minutes of your time to visit providing a synopsis of the book as well about the Author, i.e. myself.[Attachments to the mail are not normally preferred due to spam and hence my apologies to request you to visit a website.] The book brings out a concept of Budgeting for & Governing Cost Consequence that enables the Preventive Measures to be applied systematically overcoming the current prospects of following the trail of corrupt practices after the event takes place leading to nowhere.

I have also posted a blog on the same site – a note to Obama – what’s the way out of Inside Job that was purported to have brought a $20 trillion losses for the World Economy.

I am available for implementing the Ch II Preventive Measures for training, implementation and assessment process. The purpose of the book is to establish an International Ethical Standards Board [IESB] in the same line as IASB that I have estimated half-a-million professionals worldwide to certify the Ethical Standards in the same line as Chartered Accountants do for a Balance Sheet. The book enables to establish such an organisation by providing the measuring methodology which is simple. I implore your organisation to take a lead in this endeavour.

I can assure you the book is the most unique reflecting what Galileo Galilei said: “ Measure what is measurable, and make measurable what is not so.”


Jayaraman Rajah Iyer 

Kodaikanal, India

skype: jayaramankodai
Twitter: @jayaribcm

Author of Inactivity Based Cost Management: Measurement of Intangible: Governance, Ethical & Fiscal Responsibility and Accountability

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