On 18 and 19 November 2015, the Corruption and Crime Commissioner, Auditor General and Public Sector Commissioner attended the Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference (APSACC) in Brisbane. APSACC is a premier, biennial event hosted by Australia's leading anti-corruption agencies – the Corruption and Crime Commission (WA), the Crime and Corruption Commission (QLD) and the Independent Commission Against Corruption (NSW.
The Hon. John McKechnie QC, Corruption and Crime Commissioner facilitated a panel session titled 'The value of audit in preventing corruption'. Auditor General, Colin Murphy joined the Auditors General from Tasmania and Queensland as part of this panel discussion. Public Sector Commissioner Mal Wauchope presented 'Making ethical decisions: why we don’t always get it right'.
The two day conference attracted around 460 delegates from public sector agencies, local governments and universities from around Australia and internationally to discuss the latest innovations, strategies and future directions in preventing corruption and misconduct.