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The Bureau is independent in its mandate and is accountable to the Parliament of Georgia and the Interagency Anti-Corruption Council.

On November 30, 2022, in accordance with the amendments made to the Law of Georgia "On the Fight against Corruption", the mandate of the Interagency Anti-Corruption Council was amended and its main authority from now on is defined as the implementation of a unified state policy in the field of combating corruption.

The Anti-Corruption Council is authorized to give appropriate recommendations to the Anti-Corruption Bureau in order to improve its activities. Also, in order to implement the document formulating the General Policy, The National Anti-Corruption Strategy and the Action Plan of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy, the Council is entitled to develop appropriate proposals and issue appropriate recommendations.

The Anti-Corruption Bureau shall submit a periodic report to the Interagency Council on the issues of the Bureau's powers on its own initiative or at the request of the Council.