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Fraud control

The Commission recognises the responsibility of all Australian Government entities to develop and implement sound financial, legal and ethical decision-making. The Commission’s Fraud Control and Anti-Corruption Plan complies with the Attorney-General’s Commonwealth Fraud Control Policy. The plan minimises the potential for instances of fraud within the Commission’s programs and activities by employees or people external to the Commission. Fraud risk assessments help the Commission understand fraud risks, identify internal control gaps or weaknesses, and develop strategies to mitigate the risks. These assessments are conducted regularly across the organisation, taking into consideration the Commission’s business activities, processes and accounts. The Commission also delivers regular fraud awareness training to staff.