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Internal information channel

The internal information channel is a direct remote system for reporting suspicions of fraud or irregular situations, as regards cases provided for in Article 3 of the Regulations governing the Universitat de Girona’s internal information system and establishing the Anti-Fraud Committee

Internal information channel

Actions or omissions that may constitute breaches of European Union Law, as defined under Articule 2 of Directive (EU) 2019/1937 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2019 on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law.

Actions or omissions that may constitute any presumed criminal or serious or very serious administrative offence, in accordance with the legal sanctioning regime that applies to members of the university community or as a criminal offence, where committed by public workers at the service of the University in performing their duties or the functions of their job and which harm the Universitat de Girona.

  • There will be guaranteed confidentiality and personal data protection throughout the process
  • Under no circumstances will the subjects concerned be informed of the identity of the whistleblower or given access to their communication
  • All those intervening will act with the utmost secrecy, respect their duty to maintain discretion and good faith.
  • Respect for the individuals concerned’s presumed innocence and honour is required.
  • Lack of collaboration from the person concerned shall not prevent the procedure from being processed ex oficio.
  • Communications can be shown anonymously.
  • Communications can be maintained with whistleblowers and additional information requested from them deemed necessary for investigating facts.

Once the information communication has been submitted, it will have to be duly registered in the internal information system and assigned an identification code. This register must be independent from the UdG’s e-register and document manager. The information included in this register is not public for the purposes set out in the regulations on transparency, and can only be accessed from the registered data by the person responsible for the management of the internal information channel and duly authorised support staff.

Once the information communication has been registered, the whistleblower must be sent a notice of receipt, unless they have waived any further communication, within a period of more than 5 work days as from the date of receipt and, in addition, informed of the processing of their personal data.

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