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04 Dec 2023

Tone at the top

The Commission has released a new video, explaining the ethical qualities that leaders must promote to make acting ethically part of an organisation's core business.

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30 Oct 2023

ICAC Annual Report 2022-23

The NSW ICAC Annual report 2022–23 shows that the Commission received and processed over 3,000 matters, made 45 serious corruption findings against 22 people, and reached more than 12,700 people in wo...

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Blowing the whistle

With the Public Interest Disclosures Act 2022 now in force, learn more about what this means for those reporting to the Commission.

Current investigations

Inner West Council and Transport for NSW – allegations concerning conduct of employees and others (Operation Hector)

Hearings in this matter concluded on 10 May 2023. The submissions timetable in this matter has been amended. The timetable, transcripts, exhibits and other information are accessible here.


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Events and training

The ICAC’s face-to-face training program is temporarily suspended as a precautionary measure due to the COVID-19 coronavirus. We are currently investigating alternative online delivery options and are happy to consider delivery via your own online platform. To be placed on our notification list for future face-to-face or online workshops, please contact  

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Corruption prevention in procurement and contract management (in-house)

On-site at your organisation. Available as full-day, half-day and 1.5-hour session.

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Corruption prevention for managers (in-house)

On-site at your organisation.

What we do


The ICAC helps NSW public sector agencies and individuals prevent corruption by providing advice and building an agency's resistance to corruption through training and resources.


The ICAC uses a range of investigative techniques to expose corrupt conduct and it has been afforded significant statutory powers to do so. ICAC investigations focus on matters that are serious and systemic.

Our mission

Our mission is to combat corruption and improve the integrity of the NSW public sector.