These pages present the results, analysis and data from Transparency International (TI) Ireland’s National Integrity Index (NII) study series. To find out more on each study, please follow the links in the side menu or below.
The NII series draws on the findings of TI Ireland’s 2009 and 2012 National Integrity Systems (NIS) studies, which looked at how well prepared Irish laws and institutions were to stop corruption in all its forms. It aims to measure the degree to which organisations across the public and private sectors in Ireland are prepared to address corruption-related risks, based on the information they disclose to the public and/or key stakeholders.
The first report and index in the series, on local authorities, was published in July 2018 and updated in December 2019. The first NII - Private Sector report was published in May 2021. The first NII report on semi-state bodies and public bodies was published in 2021, and a further report will be published in 2022.