Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference 2013
The Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference (APSACC) is a premier biennial event hosted by Australia's leading anti-corruption agencies. APSACC is an unrivalled opportunity to focus on the latest contemporary trends, strategies and future directions in preventing corruption and to network with Australian and international pubilc sector peers and leaders.
Who should attend
Public and private sector executives and managers • Newly appointed managers • Corruption prevention practitioners • Policy advisers • Local government and planning specialists • Senior police officers • Academic and university executive members • Internal auditors and investigators • Human resources specialists • Internal ombudsmen • Forensic accountants • Industrial officers
Top Ten Reasons to Attend APSACC 2013
- Quality program with over 90 speakers
The APSACC 2013 program has local and international leaders in corruption prevention and misconduct management from the public and non-government sectors.
- Benefit from the experiences of others
Investigators, corruption prevention practitioners and executives of investigated agencies all share their perspectives on investigations and the implementation of reform processes in a two-day stream of case studies.
- Variety of content with four concurrent streams
Dedicated stream for issues in local government and policing and sessions featuring Universities, the health system and indigenous communities ensure that there are topics relevant for all participants.
- Corruption controls and innovative approaches
Efficient governance structures and processes will act as a strong corruption deterrent. Learn how they apply in local and international contexts.
- Focus on politics and lobbying
Grooming and the model of association, infiltration and manipulation are examined against a number of high profile cases and enquiries.
- Workshops run by the experts
Participant numbers are limited to ensure ample time for theory and interactive sessions with investigators and corruption / misconduct prevention practitioners from the host agencies.
- International perspectives examined
Learn about different approaches to corruption and misconduct identification and risk mitigation in case studies presented by leaders from central agencies operating in Africa, Hong Kong, Thailand and the United States.
- New trends in Australia
New research on contemporary issues and developments in public interest and protected disclosures systems and management are featured in concurrent sessions.
- Networking opportunities
With over 500 participants, APSACC is ideal for making new contacts to heighten your network of professionals with corruption resistance experience and advice. The program has a range of networking events that are included with registration.
- APSACC is planned and run by the public sector for the public sector
The host agencies offer a premier event at a competitive price. APSACC 2013 is supported by the agencies’ State governments and sponsored by key central agencies, and leading Universities, and peak bodies.
Dates & registration
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