The European Anti-Corruption Centre™ (EurACC)
International Anti-Corruption 'Centre' Operations:
- Additionally, eventually, it will have 'bricks and mortar' representation in Washington, D.C.
- Future EurACC representation in Washington is notably especially important for supporting the development and growth of the essential US-EU Anti-Corruption Center™ retrieval system (the US-Eur-ACC, as in >USEURACC™<) - which is, itself, ultimately needed in support of ongoing international preparations for the creation of a US - European Union Free Trade Zone, often referred to on a larger scale as being the Trans-Atlantic Trade & Investment Partnership (TTIP) or alternatively similarly titled the Trans - Atlantic Free Trade Area (TAFTA) and which will understandably include the member countries of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA).
- Users need and will have 'On-The-Fly' Indicative Language Translation tools, built directly into the interface, to help them quickly have at least an initial understanding of information that they will find on corruption - even when it is in another and likely 'difficult' international language.
- Global real time reporting wil be presented in a user-selected regionally or global user optimized interface, based on search language interface selection, including the possibility to search simultaneously in multiple languages, and based on a custom designed, overall single user interface theme presented to all users, everywhere.
- As the family of 'language and region localized' portal doorways increses, these will form the 'ensemble' of the larger anti-corruption, crime fighting and related work including uncovering ethics violations, and together, as related services, these will be encompassed in The International Anti-Corruption Center™ / The IntlACC™ http://IntlACC.com [ & IntelACC.com for when it is phonetically 'mis-spelled' ] .
- As such, the IntlACC™ will be the access and sharing platform for all of the multiple international secure cloud based resources and services initially developed in the EurACC™ and will ultimately become a unified global gateway to the shared worldwide online resource center, as a sustainable, transparent, multilingual, public information service facilty, together with its regional parts, and operated in the public interest.