University Sector-based Integrity Systems. Barry Munns , Director Internal Audit, University of Technology Sydney Email : [email protected] Sector-based Integrity Systems. Aim of the Transparency International Integrity Systems Assessment project:
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Aim of the Transparency International Integrity Systems Assessment project:
“To map and analyse Australia’s mechanisms for pre-empting and apprehending corrupt practices and for developing best practice as a means of improving ethical regimes through the public and private sector.”
Transparency International Australia, Australian National Integrity Systems Assessment: Queensland Handbook, July 2001
“The National Integrity System is the sum total of the institutions and practices within a given country that address aspects of maintaining the honesty and integrity of government and private sector institutions.
Any attempt to address corruption effectively and sustainably involves an holistic approach, examining each of these institutions and practices and the various inter-relationships to determine where remedial action is required.
Ad hoc reforms are unlikely to succeed. “
Transparency International Australia, TI Source Book 2000: Jeremy Pope
ICAC’s “Where to from here?
“Whilst the findings of the research are encouraging, more can be done to build corruption resistance within the public sector.
Most importantly, all organisations need to implement an effective risk management process. The Australian / New Zealand Risk Management Standard AS/NZS 4360:1999 advocates a seven-step risk management process…
ICAC encourages all organisations to adopt the seven-step risk management process as a general approach to identifying and treating risks.”
Profiling the NSW Public Sector: Functions, Risks & Corruption Resistance Strategies, ICAC, January 2003
AS/NZ 4360:1999 Risk Management Standard
source: Standards Australia
Tailored to Specific University
Generally acceptedUniversity Integrity
Tools & Structures
Conflict of Interest
Integrity Systems Components
Results of a Q&D survey of Australian University Internal Audit Units….
“What Integrity Systems do you have or would like to have in your organisation?”
To share information and to network on fraud & corruption prevention initiatives.