Banking fallout shows desperate need for anti-corruption body

Colleen Lewis, member of Accountability Round Table, has penned an article for the Canberra Times calling for a similar level of scrutiny of the public sector as applies to the banks through the Banking Royal Commission. Find the original article here....

Resourcing of OAIC – Response of ART to the Attorney General

The exchange of correspondence between ART and the AG on the deleterious effects on transparency and freedom of information caused by the lack of resources to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner continues. Here is a further attempt to raise the...

OAIC Continued… Letter from Christian Porter, Attorney-General

Accountability Round Table wrote to Christian Porter on his accession to the post of Attorney General to raise with him the continued inadequate resourcing of the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner. Our initial letter can be read here   The Attorney...

From public service to private interests. A revolving door!

Ken Coghill, Accountability Round Table member, warns of risks to government integrity from the sharing of confidential government information of commercial interest by those who move from the government to the private sector. This article is reposted from The Age and...

Stephen Charles argues IBAC is ‘Weak and defective’

Stephen Charles, Accountability Round Table member, warns against Australia adopting the Victorian IBAC Anticorruption model for a National Anticorruption body. This article is reposted from The Age and is available at its original source here. 'Weak and defective':...

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