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The Pack provides key information on the offence of bribing a foreign public official and steps for reporting suspected foreign bribery.
Australia takes a whole-of-government approach to combating foreign bribery. This document contains a summary of the roles and responsibilities of agencies in responding to foreign bribery.
Submissions received in relation to draft guidance on adequate procedures to prevent the commission of foreign bribery
The Australian Government invited interested individuals and organisations to submit feedback and comments on the draft guidance.
Draft guidance on adequate procedures to prevent the commission of foreign bribery consultation paper
The Attorney-General’s Department has developed draft adequate procedures guidance consistent with section 70.5B of the Combatting Corporate Crime Bill 2019, and invites interested individuals and organisations to submit feedback and comments by 28 February 2020.
Submissions received in response to Proposed amendments to the foreign bribery offence in the Criminal Code Act 1995
In 2017, submissions were invited on the consultation paper and draft amendments to the foreign bribery offence in the Criminal Code Act 1995. 16 submissions were received and copies are available.
In 2017, proposed draft legislation provisions were published to explore possible reform options to improve the effectiveness in addressing foreign bribery, and to remove unnecessary barriers to successful prosecution.
In 2017, the public consultation paper sought comment on possible new offences of recklessly bribing a foreign public official and failure to prevent foreign bribery.