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Anti-Fraud and Corruption Policy

29 April 2009

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Anti-Fraud and Corruption Policy

The purpose of this Anti-Fraud and Corruption policy is to minimise the chances of occurrence of fraud and corruption within the ACT Coordinating Office (CO) as well as within the ACT alliance member organisations (hereafter referred to as “ACT”) which access funds through the ACT funding mechanisms1 thereby ensuring that the funds and the assets that have been raised are protected from fraud and corruption-related losses. The policy aims to ensure that financial and other resources are used solely for the intended purposes; to promote a culture of honesty and openness among the staff and management of ACT; to ensure that vulnerable populations are not disadvantaged or exploited by staff members or their associates who commit fraudulent and corrupt acts; and to assure members of staff and target populations that they can safely and confidently raiseand report all serious concerns about unethical conduct, suspected fraud and corruption.


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