The pace of technological change continues to impact so many aspects of the lives of people around the world, and its value is even more apparent as countries wrestle with lockdowns, social distancing, and the need for rapid flow of public health information. Innovative applications of technology are everywhere, including in the public sector. But what about for controlling corruption? Has innovation in the use of technology to prevent and detect corruption kept pace? How are technological approaches to anticorruption evolving? This session will focus on the development of innovative tools, solutions and approaches to help control corruption, and explore how they can help control corruption risks at the country level.