Integritas: Jurnal Antikorupsi (p-ISSN: 2477-118X; e-ISSN: 2615-7977) is a scientific journal managed by the Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi (KPK), which publishes research, study and theoretical and conceptual thinking on anti-corruption issues in all fields of scientific disciplines. Integritas: Jurnal Antikorupsi published periodically twice a year and first published in November 2015.

Integritas: Jurnal Antikorupsi can be explained into various understandings. The Indonesian Dictionary describes the meaning of integrity as "The quality, character, or condition that shows a unified whole so that it has the potential and ability to show authority; honesty". As one of the five basic personal values of the KPK principle (Religiosity; Integrity; Cooperation; Professionalism; and leadership), integrity itself is defined as “a combination of mindset, feelings, speech, and behavior that is in harmony with the conscience and the prevailing norms.”

With many kinds of meanings, it can be pursued that integrity has keywords: consistency in the value of truth, honesty, virtuous, and can be trusted. This is what inspired KPK to make Integritas: Jurnal Antikorupsi as the name of its scientific journal.

The diversity of topics raised in Integritas: Jurnal Antikorupsi should be seen as a 'call' for writers and researchers to discuss, discover and develop in scientific view. The difference in perspective in a phenomenon is certainty in the academic world. however scientific dialogue must continue to be built even though it must cross differences, in order to foster thought and insight, especially in the area of anti-corruption issues.

We hope, Integritas: Jurnal Antikorupsi can be a scientific platform that motivates and facilitates the intellectuals in conducting scientific research in the field of anti-corruption issues. Because knowledge and integration are one of the formation points of anti-corruption behavior, should go together, as written by English literary experts in the 18th century, Samuel Johnson, “Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful.”