Roads and Maritime Services – allegation concerning two former employees (Operation Paragon)
Operation Paragon public inquiry adjourned on 23 June 2021 due to public health
the current COVID-19 situation affecting greater Sydney, the public inquiry
will resume on a date to be advised.
The ICAC is investigating an allegation that, between 2009 and June 2019, then Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) employees Alexandre Dubois and Craig Steyn partially and/or dishonestly exercised their official functions by awarding in excess of $41 million in RMS contracts, to companies with which they were associated, in exchange for receiving benefits.
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Download the Operation Paragon opening address - part 2 (pdf)
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