QRIDA recognises that fraud and corruption management is an integral part of good governance and management practice.
Fraud and corruption prevention
QRIDA has zero-tolerance to fraud and corruption and is committed to maintaining an organisational culture ensuring effective fraud prevention consistent with the QRIDA Code of Conduct and the law.
The QRIDA Fraud and Corruption Control Framework includes procedures to assist QRIDA staff to manage the prevention, detection and investigation of suspicious matters for potential fraud.
Administering programs and controls to identify fraud and corruption
Obtaining detailed application information and supporting documentation
Ensuring due diligence in the assessment of applications and the documentary evidence supplied
Cross checking payment and client details prior to payment processing
Ongoing employee training in the prevention and detection of fraud and corruption
Encouraging the reporting of concerns or suspicions from QRIDA employees, the public, and from other state and federal agencies
Utilising data analytics, conducting random and systematic cross-checks with manual and automated processes to detect unusual applications
Administrating the integration of quality assurance, reviews and audits as part of the application process and commitment to fraud detection.
QRIDA employees and members of the public are encouraged to provide information of suspected fraudulent or corrupt behaviour committed against QRIDA.
QRIDA takes all allegations of fraud and corruption seriously. Reports will be assessed and investigated and this may involve the referral and a subsequent investigation by the Queensland Police or Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC). QRIDA will also pursue the recovery of funds provided under a fraudulent application.
Reports can be made directly to QRIDA through the following.
|Freecall||1800 623 946|
|Post||Queensland Rural and Industry Development Authority
GPO Box 211
Brisbane QLD 4001
|Fax||07 3032 0300|
Queensland Rural and Industry Development Authority
Alternatively, a report may be made with the Queensland Ombudsman.