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Legislative Decree no. 150/2009

Italy Current 2009

Article 11(2) provides for the adoption of a three-year program for transparency and integrity by every public organization, following the guidelines issued by CIVIT; the national Commission for evaluation, transparency and integrity of public administrations.

Issuer name

Ministry of Public Administration and Innovation, together with the Ministry of Economy and Financial Affairs

Government ministry


More information

The transparency program requires organizations to publish on its website a special section of easy access and consultation, and called: "Transparency, evaluation and merit". It needs to include: a) the three-year program for the transparency and integrity and its implementation status; b) the Plan and the Report referred to in Article 10; c) the total amount of premiums related to the performance allocated and the amount actually distributed the prizes; d) the analysis of the data on the degree of differentiation in the use of rewarding both for managers and their employees; e) the names and curricula vitae of the members of the independent assessment bodies and the Head of the performance measurement functions referred to in Article 14; f) the curricula of managers and owners of organizational positions, drafted in compliance with the current European model; g) the remuneration of managers, with specific emphasis on the variable components of remuneration and components related to the assessment of achievement; h) the curricula and the salaries of those who hold positions of political administration; i) the assignments, paid and unpaid, granted to civil servants and private entities.

Organizations covered by the instrument

Public organizations / agencies

Industry scope

All/none specified

Disclosure venue


ESG coverage- S (Social)

Employment Conditions, Policies and Practices

ESG coverage- G (Governance)








Date of publication


Issuer type

Governments (governmental department, agency)

Reporting requirements

Public law and regulation

Mandatory or voluntary


The geographical scope


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