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News:

Arizona: Ex-Arizona Regulator Charged With Bribery Heads to Trial U.S. News & World Report

Georgia: Probes, Cyberattack Distract Atlanta as It Tries to Woo Amazon The Wall Street Journal

Missouri: Unrepentant Missouri Governor Eric Greitens Resigns, Brought Down by Sex and Corruption Scandals New York Magazine

New York: Marc Molinaro hammers Andrew Cuomo on 'culture of corruption' The Buffalo News

New York: Disgraced Star Witness Will Not Testify in Albany Corruption Trial The New York Times

USA: Washington's Assault On Disclosure Of Foreign Government Payments Will Promote FCPA Violations Forbes

USA: Trump offers pardon to conservative pundit Dinesh D’Souza for campaign finance violations The Washington Post

China: What’s So Controversial About China’s New Anti-Corruption Body? The Diplomat 

Israel: Prosecution leaning toward indicting PM for bribery in gifts probe The Times of Israel

Nigeria: Anti-corruption group says Nigeria expanding use of opaque $670 million 'slush fund' Reuters

Spain: Spain’s ruling party rocked by major corruption case Politico
 
Opinion:

Is public corruption destroying Guam? The Guam Daily Post

 


 

CAPI Job Openings 

Dear CAPI Community, 

I write to let you know that I have decided to step down from the Executive Director role at CAPI. It has been an incredible experience over the last nearly 5 years to lead CAPI and I am so proud of what CAPI has become and the community that we have built. I am also grateful to all of you who have helped in our effort, whether you have spoken at or participated in a CAPI event, written a CAPI publication, supported our work through a donation, read this digest, or followed us on social media. CAPI is all about its community of public integrity-focused professionals, and I look forward to seeing both CAPI and our community grow and prosper in the years ahead!  

To that end, please find the postings for the Executive Director position and the position of Program Officer; please feel free to share with your networks. Thanks again and I look forward to staying involved with CAPI and seeing you at a CAPI event soon!  

Sincerely, 

Jennifer G. Rodgers 
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