What went wrong, what can be learned and what can be done better?

The Commission will publish reports about concluded investigations if is in the public interest to do so.

On 18 October 2022 the Commission's report Buy Now, Lie Later: Corruption risks in the management of government issued purchase cards was tabled in Parliament.

The report follows allegations that two public officers at the Department for Infrastructure and Transport misused their government purchase cards.

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Buy Now, Lie Later: Corruption risks in the management of government issued purchase cards

On 16 June 2022, the Commission’s report entitled ‘Received or Deceived? Managing and monitoring the conduct of government contractors' was tabled in Parliament.

The report, which has been prepared under section 42 of the ICAC Act, identified efforts by suppliers and contractors to conceal their dishonest conduct from public authorities. Public authorities have further enabled this conduct through poor contract management practices and a lack of effective systems designed to ensure they receive what they pay for.

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ICAC Report - Received or Deceived? Managing and monitoring the conduct of government contractors

On 25 August 2021 the Commissioner’s report Facilities Maintenance in Local Government was tabled in Parliament and published on the ICAC website.

The report has been prepared to inform public officers working in local government about corruption prevention issues revealed by several corruption investigations conducted by my officers.

Commissioner Vanstone’s report has been prepared in accordance with section 42 of the ICAC Act.

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ICAC Report - Facilities Maintenance in Local Government

On 1 June 2021 the Commissioner published her report Identify, Disclose and Manage: Conflicts of Interest in Public Administration.

Intended as general advice for South Australia’s diverse cohort of public officers, the report covers the principles of identifying, disclosing and managing conflicts of interest. It also addresses common misconceptions and frequently asked questions, and outlines some of the common functions of public administration potentially at risk from poorly handled conflicts of interest.

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ICAC Report - Identify, Disclose and Manage: Conflicts of Interest in Public Administration

On 3 December 2019 Commissioner Lander's report Troubling Ambiguity: Governance in SA Health was tabled in Parliament and published on the ICAC website.

The report has been prepared in accordance with section 42 of the ICAC Act.

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ICAC Report - Troubling Ambiguity: Governance in SA Health

On 20 June 2019 the Commissioner Lander's report The Trusted Insider: An Examination of Issues from Two ICAC Investigations was tabled in Parliament and published on the ICAC website.

The report has been prepared in accordance with section 42 of the ICAC Act.

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ICAC Report - The Trusted Insider: An Examination of Issues from Two ICAC Investigations

On 28 February 2018 Commissioner Lander finalised and published his report in relation to the Oakden Older Persons Mental Health Facility.

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ICAC Report - Oakden: A Shameful Chapter in South Australia’s History

On 14 October 2015 Commissioner Lander finalised and published his report on the sale of State Government owned land at Gillman.

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ICAC Report -  Sale of State Owned Land at Gillman