Ms Clara Kasser of Tee Consult, a private consulting firm on corruption, has called on the Government to remove conditions that encourage administrative corruption.
She explained that to stop corruption in the Public Service, the target should be on removing the delays in service delivery because business men and women would be pushed to pay a bribe whenever there was a delay in the service they required.
Ms Kasser was speaking at a sensitization workshop in Koforidua on how to prevent corruption.
It was organised by the Private Enterprises Federation for businesses in the Eastern Region and sponsored by UKAid, the European Union and the Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA).
Ms Kasser called on the Public Service to produce service charters to provide information on services rendered by each agency, the cost involved, duration and the responsibility of the customer.
The service charters must also provide telephone numbers for complaints by customers who have issues with the service rendered and seek solutions.
Ms Kasser suggested that public agencies should be made to retain part of the amount realised from their service charges in order not to demand any financial support from customers before serving them.
Earlier in a welcome address, Nana Osei Bonsu, the Chief Executive Officer of Private Enterprises Federation, said the workshop would enable the Federation to gather the necessary data to engage policy makers to help remove conditions that promoted administrative corruption.
That would reduce the frustrations that investors faced when they needed some public service, he said.