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Fraud and corruption control standard
IBAC's Executive Director of Operations Peter Morris talks to forensic specialist Dean Newlan principle author of the Fraud and corruption control standard AS8001 about the updated standard. The conversation covers key elements of the standard, what's changed, and how it can help the public sector develop effective corruption prevention plans and internal policies. (12 minutes 24 seconds)
Operation Betka was an IBAC investigation into allegations of serious corrupt conduct at Victoria's Department of Education and Training. In July 2016, IBAC received a notiﬁcation from the Department of Education and Training (the Department) pursuant to section 57(1) of the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission Act 2011 (IBAC Act), concerning allegations a contracted Senior Project Manager (the Project Manager) in the Information Technology Division (ITD) of the Department was involved in serious corrupt conduct.
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