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The Lobbying code of conduct sets out the requirements for contact between third-party lobbyists and Australian Government representatives.
The Commonwealth Fraud Control Policy binds non-corporate Commonwealth entities setting out procedural requirements for specific areas of fraud control such as investigations and reporting.
The Fraud Guidance sets out the government's expectations for fraud control arrangements within all Commonwealth entities.
The Framework maintains the core elements of fraud control and allows Commonwealth entities to manage their fraud risks in a way which best suits the individual circumstances of the entity.
In 2014, The principles were endorsed. They outline the steps G20 countries will take to prevent the misuse of legal entities (such as shell companies) for illicit purposes such as money laundering and tax evasion.
The Australian Government Investigations Standards (AGIS) establish the minimum standards for Australian Government agencies conducting investigations.
The key policy document for effective fraud control for government agencies and their employees is the Commonwealth fraud control guidelines 2011.