- NACPA - Multi-Sectoral Anti-Corruption Council
- Series of Anti-Corruption Roadshows were held, in Cebu City on March 13-14, 2008 involving more than 10,000 participants, and, in Urdaneta City on July 18, 2008 with 12,000 participants.
- Rolled-out trainings on four key cities were conducted: San Fernando City, La Union, Legaspi City, Cagayan De Oro and Iloilo on Anti-Fixing, Anti-Red Tape totalling 105 participants while 123 participants took part in the trainings on Whistleblowing.
- Five part series of Focused Group Discussions (FGDs) on several thematic areas were held involving the civil society, academe, professional groups, business sector, youth, media, religious sector and government agencies in order to make the initial assessment as to the Philippines' compliance with the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC). Thematic areas include: prevention, criminalization and law enforcement, asset recovery, international cooperation and technical assistance.
- On December 9, 2008, in commemoration of the International Anti-Corruption Day, Ombudsman Gutierrez led the MSACC and more than 6,000 members of the media, youth, business, civil society and participating government agencies in an Integrity March at Pasig City, with a public report (Ulat-Bayan) on the MSACC's initial assessment of the country's compliance with the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC).
The National Anti-Corruption Program of Action (NACPA) is an initiative for the convergence of anti-corruption efforts in the Philippines. It is spearheaded by the Office of the Ombudsman under the leadership of Ombudsman Gutierrez. One of the major objectives of the NACPA is to undertake the social marketing of anti-corruption efforts for greater public support and investor confidence.
It was launched on March 17, 2006 through the signing of the Covenant to Support to the NACPA by representatives of the Executive Department, Legislature, Judiciary, Constitutional Bodies, Local Governments, Business Sector, Civil Society and Academe. Their anti-corruption programs and projects are integrated under the NACPA.
The Multi-Sectoral Anti-Corruption Council (MSACC) serves as the advisory and consultative body of the NACPA. It is composed of members from sixteen sectors, both public and private, who act as focal persons to synchronize the projects under NACPA.