Elizabeth TyddChief Executive Officer
Information and Privacy Commission (NSW)
Organisational reputation seems to be a factor in the way entities may structure their fraud prevention and control policies. It can also determine how vocal they are in prevention and detection and how transparent they are with the public. This session will delve into the positive influence on the confidence the public has on entities in combatting the challenges around fraud and corruption control.
- Insights into the overview of the influence of public confidence compared to other roles and factors in promoting good governance, and it’s impact on preventing internal fraud
- Open Government to promote transparency and accountability
- Discussing the importance of building the dimension on good governance capability to improve public confidence in organisational frameworks and policies against fraud and corruption