The ICG has developed guidelines to help public officers identify and manage conflicts of interest. The ICG thanks the Queensland Crime and Misconduct Commission and the New South Wales Independent Commission Against Corruption for allowing their content to be adapted for inclusion in the guidelines.
The ICG recognises there cannot be a ‘one size fits all’ approach to conflicts of interest across the public sector. These scenarios are designed to provide practical tips for identifying and managing some of the more common conflict of interest situations:
- Managing procurement processes, tenders and contracts
- Sponsorship from the private sector
- Wearing two hats – dual roles as a public officer
- Representative members on boards and committees
- Allocation of grants for community-based services
- Gifts, benefits and hospitality
- Recruitment, selection and appointment
- Secondary employment
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