The Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference (APSACC) returns to Sydney from 15 to 17 November 2022 at the Fullerton Hotel


APSACC is Australia's leading public sector anti-corruption conference. APSACC attracts over 500 delegates keen to learn the latest trends, research and practices on preventing, exposing and responding to corrupt conduct and corrutpion risks in the public sector, elected bodies, the judiciary, police and statutory bodies.

APSACC 2022 is a hybrid event that allows delegates to attend either in person or remotely via an interactive platform. The two-day conference program will include plenary sessions, discussion panels and workshops, and provide opportunities for developing professional networks across areas of expertise and jurisdictions.

The APSACC 2022 program features more than 50 local and international practitioners and leaders in corruption prevention trends from the public and non-government sectors. Speakers will share their knowledge and insights in conference sessions and during interactive workshops.

APSACC 2022 dates

  • Tuesday 8 November – virtual workshops
  • Tuesday 15 November – in-person workshops and welcome reception (in-person)
  • Wednesday 16 November – first conference day (in-person or virtual), pre-dinner drinks and gala dinner (in-person)
  • Thursday 17 November – second conference day (in-person or virtual)

Attorney-General to speak at APSACC 2022

The Attorney-General, The Hon Mark Dreyfus MP, will deliver a keynote address at the conference on Wednesday 16 November. 










Key speakers

Tom Devine, Legal Director - Government Accountability Project

Dr Delia Ferreira Rubio, Chair - Transparency International

Will Fitzgibbon, Senior Reporter - International Consortium of Investigative Journalists

Karen Webb APM, Commissioner - NSW Police Force

The Hon Ann Vanstone QC, Commissioner - South Australian ICAC

The Hon Robert Redlich AM, QC, Commissioner - Victorian IBAC

Jaala Hinchcliffe, Integrity Commissioner - ACLEI 

Karen Chang, Director and Chief Executive - New Zealand Serious Fraud Office

Benefits of attending

APSACC 2022 delegates will enjoy the following benefits:

  • Access to all live conference sessions held on 16 and 17 November 2022. All live sessions will be recorded and available for live streaming to all participants, enabling virtual participants the opportunity to see all sessions;

  • Networking and engagement opportunities for both in-person and virtual delegates, enabling sharing of insights and observations with other participants;

  • Participation in online chat and sessions Q&As;

  • Access to the conference app and online program. The app will feature session streaming and connection with all aspects of the conference;

  • Access to the virtual portal one day before the commencement of the conference;

  • Ability to stream live or watch content on demand, and log in and out at delegates’ convenience;

  • Access to sessions of interest that delegates would not otherwise have the time to attend;

  • Ability to connect online and schedule meetings with other APSACC 2022 attendees located anywhere around the globe via the conference app;

  • One (1) ticket to the welcome reception on Tuesday 15 November 2022 (in-person only);

  • One (1) ticket to the Conference dinner on Wednesday 16 November 2022 (in-person only);

  • Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea at the Conference (in-person only).    

Note: Tickets for the welcome reception (Tuesday 15 November) and dinner (Wednesday 16 November) are not included in virtual registration rates but can be purchased separately.

Registration rates

Registration* $1,800 (Virtual - $1,175)

United Nations Developing Countries** $595 (Virtual - $410)

Student Registration** $610 (Virtual - $450)

Group Registration of 5 or more** $1,255 per person (Virtual - $790)

* Registration fees do not include workshops

** Reduced rate available to full-time university students and delegates from developing nations; proof of full-time enrolment for university students must be supplied; developing nations rate available to people from countries listed in the UN list of least developed countries and proof of nationality must be supplied.

Co-hosts and partners

APSACC 2022 is jointly-hosted by the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity, the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption and the NSW Law Enforcement Conduct Commission, in partnership with:

For more information and to register please visit the APSACC website