Fraud management and control
We work diligently to minimise the potential for fraud and corruption through continuous improvement of our fraud control framework and mechanisms. Our Fraud Control Policy helps employees, contractors, consultants and the public understand what fraud is, and encourages employees at all levels to participate in protecting public resources.
During the year, we updated the Fraud Control Plan and developed a Fraud Risk Register and Management Plan which is reviewed and updated by the Executive Leadership Group biannually. Through the Audit Committee we assure senior management that fraud prevention, detection, investigation and reporting mechanisms are in place to meet the requirements of the Commonwealth Fraud Control Framework 2017, and specifically section 10(b) of the PGPA Rule.
During the period 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020 there were no reported incidents of fraud.