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  • Good Governance Guide — Public sector entities — Conflicts of interest

    The community expects that board members of public sector entities will not be influenced or appear to be influenced by personal interests when making decisions.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Issues to consider in the formation of public sector entities

    The introduction of various types of public sector entities in different Acts and across different jurisdictions has resulted in inconsistencies in the definition of a public sector entity.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Issues to consider when developing a policy and process for managing conflicts of interest for a superannuation entity

    The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) prudential standards require that superannuation entities develop, implement and review a policy for managing conflicts of interest.

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  • Governance principles for boards of public sector entities

    Common governance principles to enable cohesiveness, consistency and efficiency focused on promoting community wellbeing and trust.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Executive leadership management groups in public sector entities

    It is good governance for public sector entities to have an executive leadership/management group comprising the head of the entity and the senior leadership team of the entity. The group’s responsibility is to drive the strategic objectives of the entity and lead a whole-of-agency approach to governance.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Conflicts of interest in not-for-profit organisations

    Directors have a duty under common law and under the Corporations Act to act in the best interests of the not-for- profit (NFP) organisation that they serve. Directors should not seek to benefit from the NFP, and should not be influenced by their wider interests when making decisions affecting the NFP.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Stakeholder engagement (public sector)

    It is good governance for a public sector entity to define the interests of all stakeholders and develop an understanding of the role that stakeholders have in or with the entity.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Context for public sector governance

    The purpose of this Good Governance Guide is to provide a context in which other public sector Good Governance Guides that have been issued by Governance Institute of Australia can be considered.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Ethics in the public sector

    The public sector is governed by a plethora of prescribed requirements, including those stemming from legislation, government directives and policies, and internal policies and standards.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Issues to consider in the formation of public sector boards

    The introduction of various types of public sector entities across Commonwealth, state, local government and territory public sectors has resulted in a lack of clarity among public sector bodies as to their roles and powers.

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  • Managing Conflicts of Interest in the Not-for-Profit Sector (2012)

    As in the private sector, directors and other officers in the NFP sector must answer to regulators, the beneficiaries of their services, their own members, the sources of their funds and the public at large. Managing conflicts of interest and maintaining reputation and the support of funders and the public are of vital importance.

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