Date published 05 November 2021
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Last modified 07 June 2024
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Last reviewed 07 June 2024

Meeting the integrity challenge: the power of innovation, diversity and collaboration 

The Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference (APSACC) is Australia's leading anti-corruption event bringing together local and international experts in risk identification and management, emerging trends and innovative approaches to deal with and prevent corruption, and heighten workplace integrity systems.

The 2024 APSACC will be held in Darwin from 29-31 July with virtual and in-person attendance available. Attendees will dive deep into emerging trends, research and practices on preventing, exposing and responding to corrupt conduct and corruption risks in the public sector.

In past years the event has attracted around 500 delegates across the public and private sectors providing a rich ground for collaboration and learning through plenary sessions, panels, and interactive workshops.

Alongside the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption Northern Territory (ICAC NT), Australia's state and federal corruption and integrity agencies, including the Crime and Corruption Commission Queensland will host the 2024 event. 

Abstracts have now closed

Late Submissions: please contact [email protected]

The APSACC planning committee sought abstracts from leading practitioners, executives and academics on topics relating to the 2024 theme: Meeting the integrity challenge: the power of innovation, diversity and collaboration.

For more information, including examples of suitable topics and formats, visit the APSACC 2024 website. 

General registration

General registration is open. Secure your ticket here.

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