IBAC’s public sector profiles aim to reduce and prevent corruption in the public service
Today the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) launched a series of risk profiles for five government sectors to help inform them about their specific corruption risks and vulnerabilities and how to prevent corruption and misconduct occurring.
IBAC and Victorian Ombudsman warn prompt reform needed one year on from Watts Report
The Victorian Ombudsman and IBAC tabled Operation Watts progress report in parliament today.
MPs and councillors reveal their perceptions of corruption within government
Today, the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) released the findings of its Perceptions of Corruption Survey completed by Victorian Members of Parliament (MPs) and local government councillors. The voluntary survey for MPs and councillors builds on IBAC’s surveys in 2022 with state and local government employees, Victoria Police employees, business suppliers, and the Victorian community.
Operation Sandon uncovers serious corruption risks in Victoria’s planning system
Today the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) tabled a special report in Parliament that exposes corruption vulnerabilities in Victoria’s planning decision-making processes at both state and local government levels.
IBAC Annual Plan focuses on high-risk police divisions and public sector agencies
Today, the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) tabled its 2023/24 Annual Plan outlining its priorities for the next twelve months, which include high-risk police units, divisions, and regions; and high-risk public sector agencies, including those managing high-value matters.
IBAC to survey MPs and councillors on their perceptions of corruption within government
Today, the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) launched its 2023 Perceptions of Corruption Survey. This year all elected representatives in Victoria – members of parliament and councillors – have been invited to participate. The voluntary survey builds on IBAC's previous surveys on perceptions of corruption but is the first time MPs and councillors have been asked for their views. The anonymous survey will be conducted by an independent research company on behalf of IBAC.