Every year the Office for Public Integrity receives complaints and reports about public officers with conflicts of interest, which they have failed to identify, disclose or manage.
Conflicts of interest have figured prominently in corruption investigations conducted by the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption.
This presentation discusses why the proper identification, disclosure and management of conflicts of interest is necessary to protect the integrity of public administration and why it is a crucial obligation on all public officers.
Who can attend?
This presentation is open to all public officers.
What will the training include?
The one hour presentation draws on hypothetical examples and covers:
- the main principles of identifying, disclosing and managing conflicts of interest
- the corruption, misconduct and maladministration risks involving conflicts of interest
- the activities of public administration most exposed to the risks of unmanaged conflicts of interest
- ICAC reporting obligations
- frequently asked questions on conflicts of interest.
How to register to attend?
The next Conflicts of Interest in Public Administration session: Thursday 30 September 2021 - Register here
Unable to attend? South Australian public officers are encouraged to register for the ICAC Online Learning Portal and complete the ICAC Conflicts of Interest courses.
We will acknowledge that we have received your complaint or report within two working days.