Sustaining Good Governance and Integrity

Lead by example; Dato’ Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali is checking the token of appreciation on the stage to ensure its integrity (Photo courtesy of JCorp)

Johor Corporation is continuously committed to sustain its integrity and enhance its organisation’s governance across the board through variety of programmes including the “Johor Governance and Integrity Summit 2018” held recently.

With the theme “Integrity Drives the Sustainability of Organisation”; the summit was held in conjunction with the National Integrity Day and was first of its kind in Johor. The event was officiated by Dato’ Haji Osman bin Haji Sapian, Menteri Besar Johor who is also the Chairman of JCorp.

Osman in his speech said that the Government is committed in transforming the New Malaysia that is built based on justice, good governance, integrity and rule of law.
“The Government will not compromise with any individuals or organisations who challenge Malaysia’s sovereignty of integrity and governance because integrity will determine the transparency and efficiency of the nation that will be showcased to the whole world,” he said.

Dato’ Kamaruzaman Abu Kassim handing over Corporate Integrity Pledge to the recipient witnessed by Dato’ Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali, Dato’ Haji Osman bin Haji Sapian and Dato’ Haji A. Rahim Bin Haji Nin (Photo courtesy of JCorp)

Dato’ Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali, Minister of Economic Affairs who also delivered his key note speech said, “I would like to remind that laws alone cannot put an end to corruption and abuse of power. It is equally important to instil the value of trust and integrity in moulding generations that will develop the community towards a well, just and prosperous nation.”
Representatives from JCorp’s groups also signed the Corporate Integrity Pledge as one of the initiatives to show their commitment in combating corruption.

“Our target at management level is to ensure JCorp to be a role model institution that drives upon high level of integrity and governance and continuously contribute to the government,” said Dato’ Kamaruzaman Abu Kassim, Chief Executive Officer of Johor Corporation in his speech who was also one of the panellists.

Among other panellists included Tan Sri Abu Kassim Mohamed, Director-General National Centre for Governance, Integrity and Anti-Corruption (GIACC); Tan Sri Dato’ Setia Ambrin Buang, Chairman Governance, Procurement and Finance Committee; Dato’ Shamsun Baharin Mohd Jamil, Deputy Chief Commissioner (Prevention) Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and Prof. Dr. Arfah Salleh, Chief Executive Officer Human Governance Intuitive Inc.

The summit ended with Certificate Handover Ceremony to the 23 Certified Integrity Officers from JCorp and its groups after finishing the course at Malaysia Anti-Corruption Academy recently. It was part of JCorp’s upskilling initiative in collaboration with MACC.