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Fraud

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2017-12-08T13:05:00+10:00 12.2017
Corruption risks involving publicly funded research: What you should know (APPLICATION, 3.6 MB)

This CCC publication focuses on the potential corruption risks and system vulnerabilities in the Queensland government research sector. (DOC)

2017-12-08T13:00:00+10:00 12.2017
Corruption risks involving publicly funded research: What you should know (PDF, 616.6 kB)

This CCC publication focuses on the potential corruption risks and system vulnerabilities in the Queensland government research sector. (PDF)

2017-12-08T11:50:00+10:00 12.2017
Australia’s first criminal prosecution for research fraud: a case study from The University of Queensland (APPLICATION, 889.2 kB)

This report highlights the drivers, consequences and impact of research misconduct and relevant prevention measures. (DOC)

2017-12-08T11:45:00+10:00 12.2017
Australia’s first criminal prosecution for research fraud: a case study from The University of Queensland (PDF, 705.1 kB)

This report highlights the drivers, consequences and impact of research misconduct and relevant prevention measures. (PDF)

2017-11-14T14:25:00+10:00 11.2017
Fraud and Corruption Control: Best Practice Guide

This Guide is written to help you develop your organisation’s fraud and corruption control framework, with the intention that you will create a tailored program to effectively manage your organisation’s risks of fraud and corruption. The Guide presents an integrated approach that includes proactive measures designed to enhance system integrity (prevention measures) and reactive responses such as reporting, detecting and investigating activities.

2017-11-14T14:20:00+10:00 11.2017
Fraud and corruption control

This Guide has been designed for use by practitioners responsible for implementing or reviewing an organisation’s fraud and corruption internal controls. It consists of an integrated framework of 10 key elements important in developing an effective fraud and corruption control program.

2013-09-25T00:00:00+10:00 09.2013
Fraud, financial management and accountability in the Queensland public sector

An examination of how a $16.69 million fraud was committed on Queensland Health and the lessons to be learned for the public sector.

2010-12-01T09:00:00+10:00 12.2010
Report on an investigation into the alleged misuse of public monies, and a former ministerial adviser (PDF, 1.3 MB)

This report details the CMC's investigation into a grant to the Queensland Rugby Union, and the role played by former ministerial adviser Simon Tutt. It discusses the relationship between ministerial advisers and public servants, and the importance of transparent and accountable decision-making. It contains recommendations for policy and procedural reform.

2009-12-01T10:00:00+10:00 12.2009
Crime Bulletin No. 11: Money laundering and organised crime in Queensland: a strategic assessment (PDF, 1014.8 kB)

Examination of what constitutes money laundering in Queensland and of different money laundering techniques used by organised crime groups.

2009-10-01T10:00:00+10:00 10.2009
Crime Bulletin No. 10: Organised fraud in Queensland: a strategic assessment (PDF, 811.6 kB)

An overview of current and emerging issues relating to online, credit card, identity and cheque fraud.

2001-04-01T10:00:00+10:00 04.2001
The Shepherdson Inquiry: an investigation into electoral fraud (PDF, 5.2 MB)

Independent public inquiry into allegations of electoral fraud by members of the Queensland branch Australian Labor Party.

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