NSW Treasury encourages all agencies to design and implement an effective Fraud and Corruption Prevention Framework. In order to assist agencies, Treasury has brought together guidance and information provided by various government and non-government entities both in Australia and the UK. The links below will provide a starting point for agencies looking to review their existing frameworks.

Audit Office of NSW guidance:

Fraud Control Improvement Kit (February 2015) – guidance to help organisations meet the challenge of implementing an effective fraud control framework. It provides guidance on the key elements of the framework and contains practical resources to help organisations implement, review and monitor the framework.

Audit Office NSW 2012 Fraud Survey

Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) guidance:

Free Workshops – guide to workshops conducted by ICAC on corruption prevention. These workshops are free for all NSW public sector agencies and officials, and can also be run in-house by ICAC officials.

ANZSOG/ICAC Executive Course – four-day course for executives and senior managers on strategic responses to corruption

Commonwealth guidance:

Fraud control in Australian Government agencies, better practice guide (March 2011) – examines aspects of a sound fraud control framework and fraud control operations

Fraud control in Australian Government agencies, quick reference guide (March 2011) – quick guide to essential conditions of effective fraud control

Additional Australian guidance:

AS 8001-2021 Fraud and Corruption Control – Standards Australia fraud standard

Foundations for corruption prevention – Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) NSW guidance

Controlling fraud and corruption: a prevention checklist – independent broad-based anti-corruption commission of Victoria publication

Fraud and corruption control guidelines for best practice – Crime and Misconduct Commission Queensland

Last updated: 11/03/2022