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List of tables and figures

Tables

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Trends in the use of ACLEI's investigation powers

15

Summary of prosecutions arising from ACLEI activity in 2016–17

16

Outcomes of other legal proceedings

16

Notifications from LEIC Act agencies

21

Referrals from other sources

22

Assessment statistics

22

Own-initiative investigations

22

Corruption issues investigated by ACLEI (including joint investigations)

23

Corruption issues investigated by LEIC Act agencies

24

Financial data over time

27

ACLEI resource statement 2016–17

62

Expenses for Outcome One

63

Papers and Presentations

66

Corruption issues notified in 2016–17 under section 19–by corruption class, as assessed upon receipt

69

How these notifications were dealt with

69–70

Corruption issues referred in 2016–17 under section 18 or 23–by corruption class, as assessed upon receipt

70

How these referrals were dealt with

71

Investigations commenced in 2016–17 by the Integrity Commissioner without a notification or referral

72

Corruption issues investigated in 2016–17 under section 26(1)(a)–including joint investigations and investigations carried forward from previous years–by corruption class

72

Investigations concluded in 2016–17

72

Corruption issues referred by the Integrity Commissioner to government agency for investigation in 2016–17 under section 26(1)(b) or 26(1)(c)

73

Number of corruption issues where investigations by a government agency were completed in 2016–17

74

Assessments carried forward to 2017–18, by year of notification or referral

74

ACLEI investigations carried forward to 2017–18, by year of notification or referral

74

LEIC Act agency investigations carried forward to 2017–18, by year of notification or referral

75

External scrutiny in 2016–17

80

Staffing profile at 30 June 2017

81

Employment agreements and conditions

82

Information required under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011

82

Management of other corporate issues

83

Financial management

84

Relevant decisions of costs and administrative tribunals

86–87

Table of corrections

88

Notifications from LEIC Act agencies*

91

Referrals from other sources*

91

Assessment statistics*

91

Corruption issues notified in 2015–16 under section 19—by corruption class, as assessed upon receipt*

92

How these notifications were dealt with*

93–94

Corruption issues referred in 2015–16 under section 18 or 23—by corruption class, as assessed upon receipt*

94

How these notifications were dealt with*

94–95

Investigations commenced in 2015–16 by the Integrity Commissioner without a notification or referral*

95

Corruption issues investigated in 2015–16 under section 26(1)(a)—including joint investigations and investigations carried forward from previous years—by corruption class*

96

Investigations concluded in 2015–16*

96

Total corruption issues carried forward to 2016–17 (by year of notification or referral)*

96

Assessments carried forward to 2016–17, by year of notification or referral (by year of notification or referral)*

96

ACLEI investigations carried forward to 2016–17, by year of notification or referral*

97

LEIC Act agency investigations carried forward to 2016–17, by year of notification or referral*

97

Glossary

103

PGPA Rule 2014—Requirements for Annual Reports

104–108

LEIC Act requirements

108

Figures

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Outputs–delivering ACLEI's priorities

7

ACLEI's organisational structure at 30 June 2017

8

How corruption issues were dealt with in 2016–17

14

ACLEI integrity policy framework

78

How corruption issues were dealth with 2015–16

90

* Reproduced tables from the 2015–16 Annual Report of the Integrity Commissioner.