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Richard Bingham, Queensland Integrity Commissioner
2016
Inquiry into the Introduction of four year terms for the Queensland Parliament Submission made to the Committee of the Legislative Assembly – Inquiry into Recommendations 9 and 10 of the Finance and Administrative Committee Report - 12 January 2016 1.9MB - n/a
Independent Review of the Integrity Commission Act 2009 (Tas) Written submission to the Independent Review of the Integrity Commission Act 2009 (Tas) - 24 February 2016 3MB - n/a
Establishment of a National Integrity Commission Submission made to the Senate Select Committee on the establishment of a National Integrity Commission - 23 March 2016 645K - n/a
2014 - 15
Independent Broad-Based Anti-Corruption Commission Committee Closed hearing of the IBAC Committee of the Parliament of Victoria - 17 November 2015 36K - n/a
Freedom of Information Amendment (New Amendments) Bill 2014 Submission made to the Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee - 03 November 2014 562K - n/a
Ministerial Propriety in Queensland Paper presented at the Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference, Brisbane, 17 - 19 December 2015 831K - n/a
Dr David Solomon AM, Former Queensland Integrity Commissioner
Ministerial access and the public trust Paper written by Acting Integrity Commissioner, Dr. David Solomon 309K n/a
Nepotism, patronage and the public trust Paper presented to the T.J. Ryan Foundation at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 27 February 2014 365K n/a
2012 - 13
The integrity branch - parliament's failure or opportunity? Paper presented at the Australasian Study of Parliament Group Annual Conference, Perth 2 - 4 October 2013 440K n/a
Ethics, government and lobbying Address given at seminar conducted by Transparency International, Brisbane, 21 June 2013 367K n/a
2010 - 11
Lobbying: Is registration sufficient? Address given at the biennial Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conferenc (APSACC), Western Australia 15 - 17 November 2011 840K   n/a
Integrity measures to ensure accountability and transparency of government Address to a conference on “Evolving models of governance & accountability in a changing public sector environment”, Canberra, 24 February 2011 - 79K n/a
2009 - 10
Conflicts of Interest Address to a seminar conducted by the Australian Institute of Administrative Law, Brisbane, 6 October 2010 129K - n/a
Public Servants and Conflicts of Interest Address given at the CEOs Breakfast, Brisbane, 30 April 2010 509K - n/a
FOI reform or political window-dressing? Address given at the Australian Institute of Administrative Law Conference, Canberra, 6 August 2009 102K 89K n/a
Gary Crooke QC, Former Queensland Integrity Commissioner
2008 - 09
"When public and private interests clash" - Five years as Integrity Commissioner: a retrospective Address given at the Australian Public Service Anti-Corruption Conference, Brisbane, Wednesday 29 July 2009 123K 56K n/a
Paper presented at "Building Trust Together" symposium
Ottawa, Canada in September 2008 114K 59K n/a
2007 - 08
Submission made in relation to the FOI Independent Review
Address given at the Australian Public Service Anti-Corruption Conference, Brisbane, Wednesday 29 July 2009 181K n/a n/a
Articles and documents
Building Integrity in the Queensland Public Sector A Handbook for Queensland Public Officials: written by The Honourable Alan Demack AO 702K - n/a

 

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3 May, 2016

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