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Evaluation of the City of Playford

  

On the 10 April 2019 Commissioner Lander announced that Deputy Commissioner Michael Riches would conduct an evaluation of the practices, policies and procedures of the City of Playford Council. The Deputy Commissioner’s report in respect of his evaluation of the City of Playford makes 21 recommendations aimed at preventing or minimising corruption, misconduct and maladministration in public administration.

Report

On 27 November 2019 the Deputy Commissioner’s report titled Evaluation of the Practices, Policies & Procedures of the City of Playford Council was tabled in Parliament and published on the ICAC website.

The Deputy Commissioner’s report was prepared in accordance with section 40(3) of the ICAC Act.

A4, 110 pages, PDF, 1.4 MB

View the report

Related documents

Media Release 27 November 2019

Scope of the evaluation

The evaluation reviewed and reported on:

  • The extent to which the City of Playford’s governance framework adequately guarded against the risks of corruption, misconduct and maladministration.
  • Practices, policies and procedures in respect of:
  1. Human resource management within the City of Playford and whether those practices, policies and procedures efficiently managed human resources and controlled the risks of corruption, misconduct and maladministration.
  2. Financial management and whether those practices, policies and procedures adequately managed the risks of corruption, misconduct and maladministration. 
  3. Information management and whether those practices, policies and procedures adequately protected the City of Playford’s information assets from misuse. 
  4. The availability and use of assets and resources by public officers employed within the City of Playford and whether those practices, policies and procedures provided sufficient safeguard to minimise the misuse of those assets and resources.

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