The Parliamentary Integrity Awards for the 44th Parliament

Nomination have opened for The Accountability Round Table Integrity Awards, for the 44th Australian Parliament. The Accountability Round Table will once again honour Federal Parliamentarians who have demonstrated outstanding commitment to integrity during the...

ART launches 2016 election platforms

The Accountability Round Table today (Tues 14 June) asked political parties and candidates to commit to measures to improve the integrity and accountability of government. Chair of ART, Tim Smith QC, former Supreme Court Judge said The Commonwealth Government...

The OAIC, FOI and the effect of the Government 2016-7 Budget

The OAIC – The effect of the Government 2016-7 Budget An ART background paper to the election commitments sought by ART from all parties prior to the the July 2nd Federal Election June 2016 Introduction Over the last two years the Government failed in its attempt to...

Election 2016 – Political campaign finance reform

The public office, public, trust principle Parties are like football clubs – no matter how much money they get, they will spend it and then want more.   Former Victorian Premier, John Cain, Oct 2006 Australia’s federal electoral system has few constraints on donations...

A win from the 2016 budget for transparency and accountability

ONE STEP FORWARD..... At last we have a major win. Thanks to some tireless and extensive lobbying from ART and others concerned with transparency, the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has been re-funded. Furthermore, some special  attention has been...

Dodgy unions are not our worst corruption problem

Neil Tiffen argues in "The Age" that corruption "is not just an issue for government – it applies to businesses, political parties, sports associations, charitable organisations and unions. It affects us all." What we need is a "Federal ICAC", an anti-corruption...

Amending IBAC. How to make the proposed amendments watertight.

Accountability Round Table has critiqued the amendments to the IBAC legislation proposed for May 2016. "Before the 2014 election, the then Labor opposition indicated that, if elected, it would amend the IBAC Act by the inclusion of the offence of misconduct in public...

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