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Preventing and investigating public sector misconduct

For Individuals

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Anyone can make a complaint to us about Tasmanian public sector misconduct.

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Notify us when you start or complete an internal misconduct investigation.

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Lobbying oversight

From 1 September 2009, any lobbyist who wishes to contact a Tasmanian Government representative for the purpose of lobbying activities must be registered and must agree to comply with the requirements of the Lobbying Code of Conduct.

The Integrity Commission commenced administering the Lobbying Code of Conduct and the Register of Lobbyists on 1 July 2022.

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Latest news and events

29 Sep Media Release

Integrity Commission CEO highlights links between property developers and councillors as misconduct risk

Read about Integrity Commission CEO highlights links between property developers and councillors as misconduct risk
18 May Media Release

Integrity Commission seeks public input into a review of Tasmania’s lobbying oversight system

Read about Integrity Commission seeks public input into a review of Tasmania’s lobbying oversight system
06 Apr Media Release

Integrity Commission recommends improved processes for funding promises and commitments made during Tasmanian election campaigns

Read about Integrity Commission recommends improved processes for funding promises and commitments made during Tasmanian election campaigns

Publications and resources

We release a range of publications, including annual reports, investigation reports, a regular newsletter, and reports relating to reviews of our functions and powers.

Visit prevention resources for education and training materials where you can refine by topics like "conflict of interest".

This page was last updated on 29 Sep 2022.