University of Technology, Sydney – allegations concerning former employee’s dealings with contractors (Operation Stark)

The ICAC investigated allegations that former University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) employee, Nabil Faysal, engaged in corrupt conduct in his dealings with UTS contractors including by soliciting and accepting money or other benefits from contractors in return for allocating them work, or using his position to influence the allocation of UTS work to them.

In its report on the investigation, made public on 27 March 2013, the Commission makes corrupt conduct findings against Mr Faysal and Wayne Hood. The Commission is of the opinion that the advice of the director of public prosecution should be sought with respect to the prosecution of Mr Faysal for offences of soliciting and receiving corrupt benefits. The Commission has made three corruption prevention recommendations to UTS to help minimise and prevent the recurrence of such behaviour.

Investigation reports Investigation reports
Investigation into allegations that a Manager at the UTS solicited and accepted money, gifts and other benefits from UTS contractors (Stark)(Mar 2013) View full report
Findings of corrupt conduct Findings of corrupt conduct
Findings of corrupt conduct View findings
Recommendations for prosecutions Recommendations for prosecutions
Recommendations for prosecutions View recommendations
Recommendations for disciplinary action Recommendations for disciplinary action
Recommendations for disciplinary action View recommendations
Recommendations for corruption prevention Recommendations for corruption prevention
Recommendations for corruption prevention View recommendations
Transcripts Transcripts
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Public Notices, Media Releases and Fact Sheets Public Notices, Media Releases and Fact Sheets
ICAC finds UTS senior manager corrupt View media release
Public notice View public notice
ICAC public inquiry into corruption allegations involving former UTS employee View media release
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