Fraud and Corruption Control

The Department of Culture and the Arts is committed to the highest possible standards of openness, probity and accountability in all its affairs and is determined to maintain a culture of integrity with a principle of zero tolerance to fraud and corruption.

The Department has a Fraud and Corruption Control Plan which details the Department’s approach to fraud and corruption prevention, detection and response, including details of pre-employment screening and customer and supplier screening requirements.

Suspected fraud or corruption will be reported, investigated and resolved in accordance with internal policies, the Corruption, Crime and Misconduct Act 2003 and in accordance with public sector standards. All legal obligations to the principles of procedural fairness will be met.