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Wednesday, February 06, 2013

'Vision.Vigilance.Action' - Call for Abstracts

Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference 2013 The Hilton Sydney Tuesday 26 - Thursday 28 November 2013 Vision. Vigilance. Action www.apsacc.com.au APSACC 2013 is Australia's premier event for public sector executives, managers and corruption prevention practitioners to learn more about current anti-corruption trends and strategies. It is also a significant opportunity for new managers to increase their understanding of corruption prevention practices and make vital contacts. Stay in touch with APSACC 2013 - register your interest in attending, presenting, sponsoring or exhibiting. ________________________________________ Call for Abstracts The Conference theme 'Vision.Vigilance.Action' encapsulates the knowledge, skills and attributes that corruption prevention practitioner require to effectively identify, consider and respond to corruption and misconduct risks: Vision is necessary to identify potential corruption threats and think creatively to determine effective controls. Vigilance is vital to build and sustain an effective and efficient corruption prevention capability in light of competing priorities. Action is imperative to influence others and bring about lasting positive change. What individual and organisational factors increase risks for corruption and misconduct? What information do managers need to identify corruption and misconduct risks? What are the most prevalent corruption risks in different sectors of government? What organisational functions are particularly vulnerable? What controls are appropriate and effective, and how should they be implemented? How can early intervention systems be most effective? Submissions can be based on operational knowledge, actual investigations, case studies, primary and secondary research. Submit your abstract now! Conference sub themes * High risk functions * Early detection/intervention systems * Tools and techniques * Probity in decision making * Corruption and misconduct risks during organisational change * Policing issues * Local Government issues * Corrections and custodial issues * Health * Education * Political corruption * Whistleblowing Important Dates November 2012: Call for abstracts opens March 2013: Call for abstracts closes May 2013: Early bird registration opens August 2013: Early bird registration closes November 2013 : Standard registration closes Need more information? International Conferences & Events 183 Albion Street Surry Hills, NSW, 2010 T: +61 2 9368 1200 F: +61 2 9368 1500 E: apsacc2013@iceaustralia.com W: www.apsacc.com.au Who can submit an abstract? Anyone and everyone! If you have a colleague whom you think should submit an abstract pass this email on to them and get them involved.


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