Nordic Consulting Group’s Integrity Study of the public sector in Greenland was recently submitted for public consultation.

The study was commissioned by the Finance Department of the Government of Greenland with the aim of identifying how anti-corruption measures in Greenland can be strengthened.

As stated in the report, there are numerous rumors and suspicions of corruption-like behavior, stressing the lack of transparency and integration mechanisms in the public sector. Based on its findings, one of the main recommendations of the report is the introduction and implementation of an anti-corruption law. 

Marina Buch Kristensen, Louise Scheibel Smed and Thomas Trier Hansen conducted the study which is now being finalized after the public consultation.   

You can access the report here: