An Australian Defence Force (ADF) member deliberately provided false information on numerous forms and on a statutory declaration to avoid notifying their superior or the Defence Housing Authority (DHA) of a change in their marital circumstances. As a result, they continued to receive a service residence benefit valued at $150,000, despite no longer living with a dependent.
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An Australian Defence Force (ADF) member submitted a falsified service document, known as a Basic Fitness Assessment, in order to maintain their basic fitness requirement for ongoing service.
Routine checks of the Department of Defence credit card spending detected multiple incidents of Australian Defence Force (ADF) members using their Defence Travel Card for improper purposes.
The Department of Defence investigated allegations of the theft of a significant number of military store items. The investigation found no evidence of criminal activity but identified significant systemic issues within the asset management of military stores.
An Australian Defence Force (ADF) member made a false statement when lodging a relocation application, stating their dependents were accompanying them and sharing ADF subsidised housing for the duration of their posting. This allowed the ADF member to receive a financial benefit of $40,000, which they were not entitled to.