About the NSW ICAC The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) was established in 1988 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. Overview The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) was established by the NSW Government in 1988 in response to growing community concern about the integrity of public administration in NSW. Organisational structure The ICAC is divided into four main divisions: • Investigation • Corruption Prevention • Corporate Services • Legal Independence and accountability To operate as Parliament intended and to ensure community confidence is maintained, the ICAC is both independent and accountable. Legislation The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) was created by the Independent Commission Against Corruption Act 1988 (ICAC Act). Access to information The Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (the GIPA Act) replaced the Freedom of Information Act 1989 from 1 July 2010. Employment opportunities The ICAC is an important and exciting place to work. Appointment to positions at the ICAC is through a competitive merit-based selection process combined with a stringent security vetting process undertaken by the preferred applicant. Contact the NSW ICAC Please use this form to send comments or questions regarding the ICAC. We will respond to your message as soon as possible. To report corruption go to ICAC's Frequently asked questions about the NSW ICAC Every report the ICAC receives is carefully assessed, but investigation is only one of the options open to the ICAC. NSW ICAC publications NSW ICAC publications and guidelines for use.