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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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Media Release 15 October 2019

Integrity Commission expands program to prevent public sector misconduct

The Integrity Commission will strengthen its misconduct prevention program with the Tasmanian public sector during the next two years.

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Media Release 08 August 2019

Investigation clears Tourism Tasmania Board Chair

An Integrity Commission investigation has cleared the Chair of the Tourism Tasmania Board, James Cretan, of misconduct in relation to his pecuniary interests in the Mount Wellington Cable-way Company and the Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village.

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Event 14 July 2019

7th Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference (APSACC)

30 Oct 2019 - 31 Oct 2019

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Media Release 01 May 2019

Allegations of Government interference unsubstantiated: investigation finding

An Integrity Commission investigation has cleared Premier, the Hon Will Hodgman, and the Minister for Health, the Hon Michael Ferguson, of interference in the dismissal of a Cricket Australia employee.

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Media Release 20 March 2019

Complaint dismissed regarding Minister and departmental head

The Integrity Commission has dismissed a complaint alleging misconduct arising from a personal relationship between Minister Sarah Courtney and departmental head, Dr John Whittington, following an extensive assessment of the facts.

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Media Release 22 February 2019

International Women’s Day – Women’s Award Luncheon 2019

LGAT, TasCOSS and the Tasmanian State Service are partnering to host the International Women’s Day Award Luncheon on Friday 8 March 2019.

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