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Fraud and Corruption Risk Management Framework

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Section 1 - Purpose and Context

(1) The Fraud and Corruption Risk Management Framework forms part of the overall Risk Management Framework of the University. This framework:

  1. describes what fraud and corruption is and how it can impact on the functions and service delivery of the University.
  2. describes roles and responsibilities of individuals and business areas within the University regarding management of fraud and corruption risks.
  3. describes the process of reporting fraud and corruption, including escalation paths.
  4. illustrates how principles in AS 8001:2008 Fraud and Corruption Control translate to action within the University.
  5. describes how reports of fraud and corruption are investigated or referred to investigation agencies.
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Section 2 - Definitions

(2) Refer to the Fraud and Corruption Risk Management Framework available in PDF format.

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Section 3 - Policy Statement

(3) Refer to the Fraud and Corruption Risk Management Framework available in PDF format.

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Section 4 - Procedures

(4) Refer to the Fraud and Corruption Risk Management Framework.

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Section 5 - Guidelines

(5) The Framework should be read in conjunction with the related documents referred to in the Fraud and Corruption Risk Management Framework.