Integrity and accountability are the bedrock of the public service and a functioning state. Fraud and corruption are a constant risk. This year’s edition of the conference features a keynote address discussing the challenge of developing and maintaining organisational practices and culture at a whole of sector level and program of speakers and panellists addressing these vital issues at organisational and team level.
State and local government and community service entities alike face similar risks. These risks may be reasonably defended against with up-to-date integrity and accountability systems. This biennial conference provides you and your organisation with the latest in organisational culture, frameworks and processes that put you on the front foot in strengthening integrity and accountability in the public service.
You will hear insights from, and can ask questions of, leading practitioners behind proven integrity and accountability practices in the early decades of the 21st century.
This session is suitable for public service professionals across all levels of government in the areas of:
- Human resources
- Risk management
- Project management
- Contract management
- Stakeholder engagement
Western Australia must sustain its recent efforts to build more effective integrity and accountability systems. In bringing practitioners together from across the community and public sectors this conference is a vital part of the process.