How to build a principles-based approach to prevent fraud and corruption at the source

How to build a principles-based approach to prevent fraud and corruption at the source
Fraud and corruption prevention can be a complex undertaking for public organisations, not merely because of the amount of risks or competing business priorities at play – but an instituted, compliance-based mentality that impacts prevention capability. In this article, Andrew Lawrence, Senior Legal Officer, Fraud, Security and Integrity Reform – Attorney-General’s Department, shares exclusive insight into how public organisations can address key criteria to build a principles-based approach to become more adaptive and proactive in preventing fraud and corruption.

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