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The IBAC Operating Model, the public value it delivers and its beneficiary
Wednesday 14 Dec 2022 IBAC Operating Model
The Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission’s (IBAC’s) Operating Model is a visual representation and description of how we work to deliver public value to the Victorian Community.
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Tuesday 13 Dec 2022 IBAC insights issue 34
Welcome to the December edition of IBAC Insights; this is the final edition for 2022 and the final edition for me as IBAC Commissioner.    The December 2022 issue of IBAC Insights includes a farewell message from our Commissioner, perceptions of corruption in Victoria survey findings, misconduct issues and risks associated with Victoria Police's Critical Incident Response Team, a podcast on corruption risks associated with donations and lobbying, ​investigation and prosecution updates, recent webinars to watch on demand, and more.​  
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Tuesday 13 Dec 2022 Podcast: Corruption risks associated with donations and lobbying
IBAC Principal Advisor Aimee Tan speaks with Deputy Commissioner David Wolf about IBAC's Special report on corruption risks associated with donations and lobbying.
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Thursday 08 Dec 2022 Perceptions of corruption 2022: Victorian community
In May 2022, an online survey was undertaken with 3,000 Victorians aged 18 years or over. The survey sample was sourced via an accredited online research panel. Survey quotas were placed on age, gender, and location. The findings from the 2022 survey have been compared with the IBAC survey of the Victorian community undertaken in 2016. It is important to note that while some questions were retained, the questionnaire structure was updated in 2022, meaning results may not be directly comparable.
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Thursday 08 Dec 2022 Perceptions of corruption 2022: Suppliers
In May 2022, a variety of communication channels were used to promote an online survey to Victorian government business suppliers. IBAC sought assistance from the Department of Treasury and Finance and Health Share Victoria to email a survey link to all registered suppliers on their respective databases.
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Thursday 08 Dec 2022 Perceptions of corruption 2022: Victoria Police
In August 2022, a variety of communication channels were used to promote an online survey to employees working within Victoria Police. The survey was open to sworn police officers, protective services officers, and public servants employed at Victoria Police. In total, 1,001 Victoria Police employees completed most of the survey between 12 August – 1 September 2022.