Scholarships provide authorities with tools to prevent corruption

15 December 2016

In 2017 the Public Sector Commission will focus on building the capability of senior integrity leaders to develop and implement robust systems within their organisations that are resistant to misconduct and corruption.

As part of this initiative, the Commission has arranged scholarships for five senior integrity practitioners to participate in the Australian and New Zealand School of Government’s executive workshop Strategic Responses to Corruption.

The practitioners were selected from a number of public authorities identified as substantial notifiers of minor misconduct.

The four-day Sydney workshop, in March 2017, provides participants with the strategic intelligence to apply an approach to misconduct prevention that benefits their organisation as well as the wider public sector.


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