National Public Sector Fraud & Corruption Congress

7th Annual National Public Sector Fraud and Corruption Congress

26-27 July 2017, Brisbane

Prevent, Detect and Respond to fraud and corruption through enhanced interagency communication

With an increase in fraudulent activity and the collateral consequences of corruption persistent in the public sector today, many government departments are forced to re-evaluate their fraud-risk management framework to protect their taxpayer funds, institutional reputation and public trust and confidence. Addressing key pertinent issues in government such as interagency collaboration, utilising dwindling resources and staying ahead in cyber-security, this conference will help you incorporate advanced practical strategies to tackle fraud and corruption in your organisation.  

In its seventh year, the National Public Sector Fraud and Corruption Congress continues to gather local and international thought leaders that counter fraud and corruption on a daily basis. Delegates will hear how to effectively manage the complete fraud and corruption risk management cycle as they explore insights in:

  • Partnering with other government agencies and sharing critical information to ‘fish out’ fraud and corruption
  • Balancing your organisation’s service delivery with fraud control and overcoming limited resources
  • Securing your organisation’s online assets with effective controls and best practises on cyber-security
  • Applying next generation data and visual analytics to combat fraud and corruption
  • Conducting internal investigations and ensuring legal compliance and procedural fairness
  • Exploring the psychological aspects and understanding why the motivation behind committing fraud
  • Protecting your whistleblowers and establishing the right culture starting from your senior managers

Our diverse speaking panel that are currently confirmed are:


Seto Bagdoyan, Director, Audit Services, US Government Accountability Office – Forensic Audits & Investigative Service

David Kleinberg, Group Manager – Directorate Head, Counter Fraud & Investigations Directorate, UK

Alan MacSporran, Chairperson, Crime and Corruption Commission

Shagen Ganason CIA, New Zealand public servant, The Institute of Internal Auditor’s Institute Relations Committee

Commander Peter Crozier, Manager, Criminal Assets, Fraud and Anti-Corruption, Australian Federal Police

Karl Marjoribanks, Director, Serious Non-Compliance, Department of Human Services

Chris Mohan, General Manager of Threat Research and Intelligence, Telstra

Tony Prior, Director, Supervision, Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre

Claire Shaw, Head of Anti-Fraud and Forensic Services, National Australia Bank

Jim Meyers, Director, Ethics and Governance, Queensland’s Department of State Development

Adam Fairhurst, Director, Integrity and Investigations, Metro South Health Queensland

Detective Kirk Bellotti, Specialist Interview Advisor and Trainer

Siggy Covill, Group Manager, Internal Audit and Risk, Redland City Council

David Lever, Manager, Internal Audit, City of Greater Geelong

Dr David Curnow, Forensic Psychologist, Private Practice

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