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We can all help prevent public sector corruption and make sure public funds are spent properly – maintaining Victoria's schools, hospitals, roads and other vital public services and projects.
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Tuesday 26 Sep 2023 Understanding conflicts of interest
If undeclared or left unmanaged, conflicts of interest can lead to corruption and misconduct in the workplace. For anyone working in the public sector, knowing how to identify, declare and manage conflicts of interest can help reduce the risk they pose.
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Tuesday 26 Sep 2023 Know the warning signs of corruption in procurement
Procurement in the public sector is vulnerable to corruption because it can involve large sums of public money. Corruption in procurement undermines fair competition, increases costs, and reduces trust in the integrity of the public sector.
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Tuesday 26 Sep 2023 Managing internal investigations
Information for organisations authorised to receive Public Interest Disclosures (PIDs)
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Tuesday 26 Sep 2023 Protecting the public sector from criminal networks
At IBAC, part of our role is to investigate and stop criminal networks successfully exploiting the Victorian public sector.
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Thursday 14 Sep 2023 Operation Watts progress report
The Victorian Ombudsman and IBAC tabled Operation Watts progress report in parliament on 14 September 2023.
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Wednesday 20 Jul 2022 Operation Watts
Operation Watts was the first ever joint investigation conducted by IBAC and the Victorian Ombudsman. The investigation was initiated following two referrals, from the Attorney-General to IBAC, and from the Legislative Council to the Ombudsman, following allegations of 'branch stacking' involving misuse of public funds by certain Moderate Labor members of Parliament.