There are IPIP self-deception and impression management scales presumably modelled on the similarly named Paulhus scales (reliabilities in brackets):
Always know why I do things.
Just know that I will be a success.
Know that my decisions are correct.
Feel comfortable with myself.
Like to take responsibility for making decisions.
Am not always honest with myself.
Sometimes have trouble making up my mind.
Worry about what people think of me.
Have a low opinion of myself.
Would never take things that aren't mine.
Would never cheat on my taxes.
Believe there is never an excuse for lying.
Always admit it when I make a mistake.
Rarely talk about sex.
Return extra change when a cashier makes a mistake.
Try to follow the rules.
Easily resist temptations.
Tell the truth.
Have sometimes had to tell a lie.
Use swear words.
Use flattery to get ahead.
Am not always what I appear to be.
Cheat to get ahead.
Don't always practice what I preach.
Get back at others.
Am likely to show off if I get the chance.