Simulator

The Gestaotransparente.org Simulator is an interactive, dynamic and practical tool for supporting the management of corruption risks of the organization that has as main goals, the level of risk assessment to which the user is exposed in the course of their activity and provide a set of indicative recommendations of good practice for the prevention of corruption to implement in the organization.

How the Simulator works:

  1. The user must fill in a questionnaire about the essential parameters of the activity of the organization, its characteristics, its surroundings and its trading partners;
  2. The level of exposure to the risk of corruption is determined by:
    • A filtering system of the answers to every question that allows to stratify the different levels of risk;
    • The transformation of each parameter on a quantitative variable;
    • The weighting of key variables depending on the sensitivity analysis performed, allowing the positioning of the entity on the risk exposure reference adopted;
    • A growing scale of the risk level of the organization, in a range between 0 and 10.
  3. It created a list of recommendations for management measures indexed to a risk profile and the calculated size of the organization.

The suggested measures are grouped according to the stages of implementation of the corruption risk management practices of the organization: Diagnosis, Guidance, Intervention and Monitoring.

However, these recommendations are indicative and should be seen by the user as suggestions of good practice, and its implementation depends on the analysis of the organization manager.

Given the characteristics of the information, that can be measured and quantified by a virtual tool, the management of corruption risks of the organization does not neglect one further analysis in concrete, which allows to obtain further qualitative, informal, tacit and appropriate information to the characteristics and context of the organization and the conditions for its effective adoption and implementation.btn_en