The department recognises that the management of fraud and corruption is an integral part of good governance and management practice, and is committed to:
- a zero tolerance approach towards fraud, corruption and misconduct activities.
- ethical and accountable behaviour.
- minimising the risks of fraud, corruption and misconduct associated with its operations.
- addressing any incidents of suspected fraud, corruption or misconduct by its employees.
The Fraud, Corruption and Misconduct Control Policy outlines the process for employees in preventing and detecting fraud, corruption and other misconduct in the department. It also outlines employees’ and managers’/supervisors’ obligations to report and manage any wrongdoings related to this policy.