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Compliance with gifts, benefits and hospitality in the Australian Communications and Media Authority
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The objective of this audit is to examine whether the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), including the eSafety Commissioner, is effectively managing and controlling the risks associated with giving and receiving gift and benefits in accordance with legislative and policy requirements.
The ANAO proposes to examine:
- Does the entity have effective arrangements in place to manage gifts, benefits and hospitality?
- Has the entity implemented effective controls and processes for gifts, benefits and hospitality in accordance with their policies and procedures?
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We anticipate accepting contributions to this audit until Sunday 28 April 2024.