Investigations, case studies, research, reports and other resources from interstate integrity agencies can offer valuable information to assist South Australian public officers to prevent or minimise corruption, misconduct and maladministration in public administration.
New South Wales – Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC)
- Advice on developing a fraud and corruption control policy - PDF 5 pages
- Sample fraud and corruption control policy - MS Word doc
This 5-page resource from the NSW ICAC includes advice for agencies seeking to develop a policy to control and prevent fraud and corruption, as well as a fraud and corruption control policy template.
Victoria – Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC)
This report from the Victorian IBAC examines some of the risks associated with unauthorised access and disclosure of information held by local government. The report’s key findings suggest information misuse by employees is underreported across local government and the public sector more broadly.
Queensland – Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC)
Organisational change processes and economic recovery efforts can lead to an increased risk of corruption and hinder early detection. This resource from the Queensland CCC is intended for public sector agency heads, senior management and members of audit and risk committees. It also includes a checklist for managing change during a crisis.