IFP Affiliates

Founding Members

Current Contributing Members

 

Center Site Institutions

Research Partners Institutions

Becoming an Affiliate Member

Contributing Member:

Organizations that are interested in becoming contributing members are encouraged to contact the IFP directly. Likewise, the IFP will also seek out contributing members on its own. Center members vote to select research projects. In this manner, contributing members directly guide the research of the center. Contributors will abide by all rules and policies pertaining to membership in the IFP for as long as it remains a member.

Intellectual Partners:

Organizations that are interested in becoming intellectual partners are encouraged to contact the IFP directly. Likewise, the IFP will also seek out intellectual partners on its own. Organizations that become intellectual partners will be able to participate in the IFP’s bi-annual seminars and provide insight for the IFP's research agenda and educational efforts.

IFP Governance

The IFP is guided by its Board of Directors. The Board of Directors is the final deliberative and decision-making body regarding matters that materially affect the welfare and integrity of the IFP. IFP officers are elected annually by the Board of Directors and are responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Institute in accordance with the authority granted to them by the IFP Bylaws or by resolution of the Board of Directors.

Consulting

The IFP has served as a consultant to the World Bank in developing a major anti-corruption initiative, the Voluntary Disclosure Program.

The IFP was retained as a consultant by the Texas Comptroller to assist in an investigation of fraud and internal control deficiencies at ERCOT.