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Fraud and Corruption Prevention and Public Interest Disclosures

Fraud and Corruption Prevention and Public Interest Disclosures Policy (PDF 232KB)

The Fraud and Corruption Prevention and Public Interest Disclosures Policy (the policy) addresses UTS’s legal and ethical obligations to prevent, monitor and report fraud and corrupt conduct.

The policy:

  • describes the framework for dealing with fraud and corruption risks faced by UTS
  • provides a system for reporting disclosures of corrupt conduct, maladministration, serious and substantial waste and failure to publicly disclose certain government information as required by law, and
  • details the possible outcomes for breaching this policy.

Fraud and Corruption Prevention and Public Interest Disclosures Procedures (PDF 359KB)

The Fraud and Corruption Prevention and Public Interest Disclosures Procedures support the policy.

Schedule 1 of the procedures outline who a public interest disclosure may be made to.

Schedule 1: List of nominated public interest disclosures officers

  • Vice-Chancellor
  • Provost
  • Chief Operating Officer
  • Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education and Students)
  • University Secretary
  • Director, Risk
  • Director, People
  • General Counsel
  • Dean, Faculty of Law
  • Dean, Faculty of Health

Public interest disclosures coordinator

  • University Secretary
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