IBAC's Operation Carlisle investigated allegations of corrupt conduct by a Corrections Victoria employee. The investigation did not substantiate the allegations but did identify corruption vulnerabilities in Corrections Victoria practices and procedures.
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.
IBAC's Operation Geary was an investigation of allegations that two local council employees were favourably allocating civil works contracts to a company owned by the relative of one of the employees.
Operation Grey was an IBAC investigation into allegations of false record keeping by senior staff within the Dispute Settlement Centre of Victoria to meet performance targets. The investigation confirmed data had been modified but did not substantiate allegations of corrupt conduct. Opportunities to address several vulnerabilities identified during the investigation were found.
An investigation of allegations Wodonga City Council officers were showing favouritism to developers in return for benefits.
Following a notification received in November 2015, IBAC commenced an investigation into allegations a former manager at the City of Ballarat Council subverted procurement processes to obtain financial advantage and failed to fully declare and manage conflicts of interest.