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Fraud and Corruption Prevention and Public Interest Disclosures Policy

Abstract

This Policy addresses the University's legal and ethical obligations to prevent, monitor and report fraud and corrupt conduct. This Policy describes the framework for dealing with fraud and corruption risks faced by UTS. It also provides a system within UTS for reporting disclosures of corrupt conduct, maladministration, serious and substantial waste and failure to publicly disclose certain government information as required by law.

This policy is also available as a PDF document.

Dates
  • Policy approved 15/06/2011
  • Policy takes effect 01/07/2011
  • Policy is due for review (every three years) 03/2016
  • Policy amendment approved 27/05/2016
  • Policy amendment takes effect 11/08/2016
Approved by Council (COU/11-04/48)
Latest amendment: Director, Governance Support Unit (GSU)
Implementation Officer Executive Officer to Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Corporate Services)
Relevant to All staff
Related documents
Legislation
File number UR09/417
Superseded documents Policy on Reporting Corrupt Conduct, Maladministration and Serious and Substantial Waste within UTS, 2005