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ANU Crawford School of Public Policy

Building the anti-corruption framework for your agency

One-day short course


30th November 2016


ANU Crawford School of Public Policy



Anti-corruption tools and techniques have become a core part of public sector governance, internationally and domestically. In this Enrichment course you will revise anti-corruption theory, practice and tools and begin developing your agency’s integrity/anti-corruption framework. It is designed for officials with some experienced in public sector governance and who are or may become responsible for organisational integrity/forensic controls.

Course overview

Continuing calls to establish a Federal anti-corruption body similar to state-type ICACs highlights the need for federal agencies to understand and implement anti-corruption strategies as part of contemporary public sector administration. Through video and interactive group sessions this Enrichment course will guide you through the process of building an integrity/anti-corruption framework for your agency. You will learn how to promote the framework, link it to the various parts of your organisation and understand how other organisations can support your work.

You will leave with an integrity framework ‘road map’ that combines your new knowledge with its practical application to your agency’s work.

Course convenor

Mr David Burfoot

David has worked in the not-for-profit, private and public sector, for organisations as diverse as the United Nations Development Program, Deloitte, the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption and as an anti-corruption specialist with a number of government agencies. He has a deep knowledge not only from a regulators perspective but also as a practitioner, working to make integrity frameworks operate successfully within organisations.

Course date: 9.30am–4.30pm 30 November 2016
Venue: Crawford School, ANU
Enrol: T 02 6125 2154 E
Cost: $1,100 GST incl; Group discounts applicable

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