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Prevention of Corruption

Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education (SKVC) introduced the zero gift policy towards corruption and abuse in order to ensure the transparency and publicity of its actions. The main purpose of the policy is to prevent the occurrence of corruption and prevent creating conditions for corruption in the institution’s activities.

SKVC has established a strict policy on gift-giving and decided to go above and beyond and institute a no-gift policy. The SKVC’ employees can only accept symbolic, representative gifts under the international protocol or traditions that are usually related to their job responsibilities (such as state, company or other symbols, calendar, writer, notebook, informational publications, etc.).

This policy supports personnel to conduct their work in a fair, objective and independent manner and contributes to transparency of SKVC’ activities and implementation of the institution’s values – ProfessionalismImpartialityOpenness and Cooperation.

We thank for the understanding and support of this policy.

Report about corruption


If you would like to report about the corruption at the Centre for Quality Assesment in Higher Education, or if you would like to submit suggestions for improving corruption prevention measures, please write to pranesk@skvc.lt. Please indicate in the report officials or other persons who by act or omission have committed or continue to commit criminal offences. Also please provide other data that you may deem relevant. Offensive and offensive anonymous reports will not be considered.

Please keep in mind that the laws of the Republic of Lithuania prohibit slandering or falsely accusing another person of committing a crime, and liability is established for such actions.

You can also report cases of corruption to the Special Investigation Service of the Republic of Lithuania (STT) by calling the 24-hour hotline in Vilnius (+370 5) 266 3333 (also on weekends), or by e-mail stt@stt.lt, or leave a message on the STT website here.

Further information is being prepared.

Relevant links:

Republic of Lithuania Law on Prevention of Corruption

2015–2025 National Anti-Corruption Programme

Report about corruption