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You are here: Home Corruption prevention Corruption allegations data dashboard Thank you for your feedback
You are here: Home Corruption prevention Corruption allegations data dashboard Thank you for your feedback

Thank you for your feedback

In August the CCC invited representatives from departments, local governments, other public sector agencies, hospitals and health services, universities and grammar schools to participate in a survey about the Corruption Allegations Data Dashboard. This is what you told us:

  • You use the dashboard to stay informed, to inform your decisions, for internal or external reporting, and in fraud and corruption risk assessments.
  • Of those of you who have used the dashboard, most believe that the dashboard is useful, and over half had referred the dashboard to others.
  • Most of you believe that updating the dashboard every six months is sufficient for your needs.
  • You are interested in getting more detail about the corruption allegations, including corruption outcomes, more specific information about the alleged corrupt behaviour, and finding out more about corrupt behaviour occurring in your geographic area.
  • You are interested to know what prevention activities and materials the CCC produces to help address specific corrupt behaviours and activities.

Here at the CCC, we believe that equipping agencies with data about the nature, type and frequency of corruption allegations is an important part of directing your efforts to reduce and prevent corruption. In response to your feedback:

  • We have updated the Frequently Asked Questions about the issue of corruption allegation outcomes and publishing more details about the allegations received, and provided links to prevention material.
  • We encourage you to contact the CCC if you have a specific request relating to the allegations data. A dashboard is a useful visualisation, but it cannot answer every question you have about corruption allegations. While we may not be able to provide that information via the dashboard, we may be able to provide it to you in another format.
  • We will continue to identify and explore opportunities to visualise corruption allegations in a thorough, timely and useful way for our stakeholders.

As always, we welcome your comments. Please contact [email protected] or (07) 3360 6060 (asking for a member of the Policy and Research division) to provide your input.

Last updated: 11 September 2017

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