Corruption and Integrity in NSW: Current Trends and Events

Corruption and Integrity in NSW: Current Trends and Events

This presentation, based on ICAC recent publication of the same name describes the state-of-play in NSW with regard to both corrupt conduct, and conduct that is conducive to corruption in the NSW public sector.

Topics covered address incentives, cues and motivations, speaking up, conflicts of interest, undue influence on decision-making, human resources, procurement and contract management, regulation and accreditation and non-government organisations. There is something in this report, for everyone.

5 JUNE 2019
10.30am - 11.15am


  Adam Shapiro, Senior Corruption Prevention Officer (Training), joined ICAC in 2008 from the private sector. An adult educator with 30 years’ experience, Adam’s corruption prevention activities include facilitating workshops and giving corruption prevention presentations, developing training and corruption prevention resources and providing advice at all levels across the NSW public sector.  With a background in both public and private sector employment in roles such as curriculum designer, content editor, project manager, business development manager and chief operating officer, Adam brings a number of perspectives to the challenge of preventing corruption.


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5/06/2019 10:30 AM - 5/06/2019 11:15 AM

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