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Media Release 15 September 2021

New Integrity Commission Ethics and Integrity Snapshot

The Integrity Commission is asking Tasmanian public sector organisations about their organisational integrity systems and processes. A new survey, released today, will include all State Government departments and businesses, local government municipal councils, and statutory authorities.

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Media Release 24 August 2021

Investigation into allegations of misconduct by the Work Health and Safety Regulator, Government Ministers and ministerial staff

The Integrity Commission has investigated allegations that two Government Ministers and their staff sought to improperly influence the former Work Health and Safety Regulator and CEO of WorkSafe Tasmania, Mark Cocker.

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Media Release 13 August 2021

Integrity Commission reviewing Parliamentary disclosures of interest

The Board of the Integrity Commission has endorsed a new project reviewing Members of Parliament compliance with the Parliamentary Disclosure of Interests Register under the Parliamentary (Disclosure of Interests) Act 1996...

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Media Release 22 June 2021

Statement of Greg Melick AO SC Chief Commissioner on Investigation Hyperion

The Board of the Commission determined to undertake an investigation in February 2019...

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Media Release 10 November 2020

Annual Report 2019-20 New era for Integrity Commission

After a decade of operation, Tasmania’s Integrity Commission has entered a new era in its approach to public sector investigations and misconduct prevention.

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Media Release 25 August 2020

Manager misconduct includes victimisation: investigation finding

An Integrity Commission investigation has found that a former senior North West manager with the Tasmanian Health Service victimised employees, gained inappropriate personal advantage, and influenced recruitment and other appointments relating to individuals he knew.

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Media Release 31 October 2019

Education manager improperly influenced $2.6m contracts for friend

The Integrity Commission has found that a Department of Education manager improperly awarded or attempted to influence $2.6 million in contracts for a friend to produce digital education resources.

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Media Release 30 October 2019

Unmasking corruption in public institutions

In a joint communique released today, Australia’s anti-corruption Commissioners have called on organisations and leaders to implement a range of practical measures that will support increased detection, exposure and prevention of misconduct and corruption across the public sector.

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Event 29 October 2019

Interview Skills and Strategy workshop

29 Oct 2019 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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Event 18 October 2019

Managing and Investigating Misconduct workshop

18 Oct 2019 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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