The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) invites all South Australian public officers to take part in the ICAC Public Integrity Survey 2021.

The ICAC uses Public Integrity Surveys to gather information about the awareness and perceptions of corruption risks within South Australian state and local government organisations.

The survey will close at 5pm, Wednesday 8 December 2021.

Participation in the survey is voluntary, and the information that you provide will be kept anonymous.

The survey will take about 15 minutes to complete.

If you have any questions about the ICAC Public Integrity Survey 2021, please contact 08 8232 3355 during business hours.

Your participation is important to us, and to the South Australian community. We appreciate your time in completing this survey.


  • Workplace corruption and inappropriate conduct can be difficult to detect. Your participation in the ICAC Public Integrity Survey 2021 will help to reveal areas where South Australian public administration may be vulnerable potential corruption.
  • Public officers who are aware of corruption may be reluctant to make a report. Your participation will assist the ICAC to better understand potential barriers to reporting.
  • The last ICAC Public Integrity Survey was conducted in 2018. The 2021 survey will assist in understanding how corruption risks may have changed and what new areas of risk may be emerging.
  • The survey will also provide data on perceptions of the ICAC, and help us identify areas where we are seen to be effective in preventing and reducing corruption, and where we may need to improve.


  • Answering questions about issues of workplace corruption and inappropriate conduct can make people feel uncomfortable. This is why we have worked hard to build a survey that protects your privacy.
  • The online survey is encrypted and anonymous. Neither ICAC nor your employer can identify you.
  • Other than your survey responses, no other information is collected.
  • You may like to complete the survey while at work, or you may feel more comfortable using your own computer at home.
  • Results will be reported in a way that no individual can be identified. Data concerning where you work and your demographics will only be collected at a very general level.
  • The survey will allow you to provide some qualitative responses, but no individual can be identified from any of the quotes used.

If you have reasonable suspicion of potential corruption or inappropriate conduct please contact the Office for Public Integrity:

For more information about the Independent Commission Against Corruption please visit the website: