In the “transparency” rating of the Moldovan state institutions for 2018, MoldATSA and the “Special Communication Center” shared the first place with an indicator of 44% out of 100% possible.
The rating developed by the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) Viitorul together with INEKO Slovakia, was presented at a press conference on March 20. A total of 68 enterprises from different sectors of the economy, whose assets exceed 1 million lei, are presented in the rating. In the case of companies with state or municipal capital, enterprises with more than 51% of the state or territorial-administrative unit were selected, with some exceptions for companies in areas that have a significant impact on society. Enterprises were evaluated on the following 6 transparency criteria: economic indicators, access to information, government procurement and property, ethics and conflict of interest, human resources, grants and charity. The maximum transparency score is 100%. Thus, the most transparent enterprises in 2018 are: MoldATSA and “Center for Special Communications” (44% each), the State Information Agency Moldpres and the Complex “Print House” (43% each), Mail of Moldova (40%), "Thermoelectric" and "National Center for Radio Frequencies" (38% each). The largest enterprises in the field of energy scored: Moldelectrica - 36%, Apa-Canal Chisinau - 16%, Energocom - 8%, Mokdovagaz - 5%. It should be noted that none of the enterprises represented in the rating is transparent in terms of grants and charity. Also, most companies close information in the area of conflicts of interest and public procurement. About 90% of the enterprises considered in the rating do not publish a public procurement plan. Also, 90% of enterprises do not publish information about the salaries of their employees and management. The best thing is the disclosure of information on economic indicators. The results of the study and the rating can be found on the website www.companies.viitorul.org. // 20.03.2019 — InfoMarket.