This is the finding of the latest Corruption Data Collection by Transparency International P-N-G, in one of its programs conducted three years ago, to identify the most corrupt sectors, institutions and organizations in the country.
T-I-P-N-G says, a lot needs to be done by law enforcement agencies in Papua New Guinea, to investigate and prosecute corrupt public servants.
Manager of Legal Advocacy Central Program of TIPNG Kimberly Buka told a half packed conference room that there is still a lot needs to be done in the country's public service as this is the government vehicle to drive its development polices down to the people.
Kimberly says according to the Corruption Data Collection, public service top the list with most complains collected was to do with corruption within the public sector.
Second on the list was land deals and ownership of properties, followed by banking and financial institutions.
Kimberly who describe T-I-P-N-G as dog that bucks a lot but cant bite, says the honors is really on the law agencies and institutions that has the power to investigate and prosecute those who practice corruption in the public sector.