The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) was established in 1989 as an independent organisation to protect the public interest, prevent breaches of public trust and guide the conduct of public officials in the NSW public sector.
About the ICAC
- Overview History, objectives, role, functions, achievements and the Strategic Plan
- Organisational structure Employees, executive team and the organisational chart
- Independence and accountability Includes reporting requirements, code of conduct, service commitment and Freedom of Information
- Legislation The Independent Commission Against Corruption Act 1988 and other relevant legislation.
- Access to information
- Employment opportunities Job vacancies and information on how to apply for a position at the ICAC.
- Contact the ICAC The different methods for contacting the ICAC
- External links A list of links to useful information.
- Publications about the ICAC Lists the publications about the ICAC, including the annual report, and a search function
- FAQs about the ICAC Frequently asked questions about the ICAC