What to expect when IBAC executes a search warrant
A search warrant is a written authority issued by a court, directing an authorised person, in this case an IBAC authorised officer (who has specific investigation training and skills), to enter and search a premises, vehicle, vessel, or aircraft named in the warrant.
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.
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.