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The capability of people is important to the success of any endeavour. This is also true in our efforts to counter the increasing threat and complexity of fraud. Learn about how we plan to build counter-fraud expertise across Australian Government entities by embedding knowledge about leading practices and frameworks over the next few years.
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Counter fraud specialists from the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia came together in a week-long event to share key insights and good practices on the growing societal and economic issue of fraud.

The Australian Attorney-General’s Department represents Australia as a member of the Pacific Island Law Officers’ Network (PILON). Through PILON’s Corruption Working Group, Australia supports Pacific Island countries to combat corruption. Over the past few years the PILON Corruption Working Group has focused on strengthening whistleblower protection initiatives in the Pacific Islands.

We share our key lessons from an international deep dive discussion on behavioural insights and fraud deterrence. This deep dive was hosted by the UK as part of the International Public Sector Fraud Forum, attended by UK, New Zealand, Canada, the United States and of course, Australia.

Centre updates
Explore the latest quarterly newsletter from the Commonwealth Fraud Prevention Centre.
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Centre updates
Explore the latest quarterly newsletter from the Commonwealth Fraud Prevention Centre
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