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4.2 - National Integrity Framework

 

4.2 - National Integrity Framework

This commitment will strengthen Australia’s ability to prevent, detect and respond to corruption in the public sector. We plan to do so by collaborating with the corporate sector, non-government organisations, academia and the public, including by holding the first Government Business Roundtable on Anti-Corruption in 2017.

We will also review the jurisdiction and capabilities of our key anti-corruption bodies, the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity (ACLEI) and the Australian Federal Police (AFP)-led Fraud and Anti-Corruption Centre (FACC), with the development of each National Action Plan to ensure they can focus on protecting Commonwealth agencies from risks of corruption.

This commitment will advance the OGP value of public accountability by improving the effectiveness of our legal, regulatory and institutional frameworks and by protecting the integrity and transparency of the execution of public policy and management.

Steps to implementation

Implementation Step Period Status

Respond to the recommendation of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on ACLEI’s report into the jurisdiction of ACLEI.

Early 2017 Delayed

Hold the first Government Business Roundtable on Anti-Corruption to improve cooperation and consultation on anti-corruption work, and identify areas for reform.

Jul 2017 Completed

Respond to recommendations for reform and improvement arising from the Roundtable.

Jul 2017-Aug 2017 Completed but delayed

Review the jurisdiction and capabilities of ACLEI and FACC in consultation with the public in the context of developing Australia’s next Open Government National Action Plan 2018-20.

Early 2018-Mid 2018 Delayed

Status updates for commitments are provided approximately every two months. With each update, agencies are encouraged to provide further and better particulars of the commitment and its steps to implementation, which may result in changes to timelines outlined in Australia’s first Open Government National Action Plan 2016-18.

Updated date: 17 April 2019