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Corruption prevention advisories

Knowing where corruption is most likely to occur is fundamental to managing it effectively. The following resources will assist Queensland public sector agencies identify major corruption risks and develop prevention strategies.

Post-separation employment (NEW)

When employees move to the private sector

PDFDOC

Social media and the public officer (NEW)

PDFDOC

Use of official resources (NEW)

PDF | DOC

Ethics, integrity and elected officials

State government election candidates and Members of Parliament

PDF | DOC

Conflicting commitments

Managing other employment and volunteering

PDF | DOC

Disposal of assets

PDF | DOC

Lobbying

PDF | DOC

Gifts and benefits

PDF | DOC

Management of public records

This is joint publication produced by the CCC and
Queensland State Archives.

PDF | DOC

Information security and handling

PDF | DOC

Procurement and contract management

PDF | DOC

Sponsorship management

PDF | DOC


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Misconduct prevention archive
On 5 May 2016 the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 was amended to reinstate the CCC’s corruption prevention function. This archive is progressively being updated.

Last updated: 14 July 2017

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