The Albanese Government will introduce legislation to establish a powerful, transparent and independent National Anti-Corruption Commission.
The Government has committed $262 million over four years for the establishment and ongoing operation of the Commission.This funding will ensure the Commission has the staff, capabilities and capacity to properly consider referrals and allegations, conduct timely investigations and undertake corruption prevention and education activities.
The Albanese Government’s National Anti-Corruption Commission will investigate serious or systemic corrupt conduct across the entire federal public sector.
"The NRF will be an independent financier that operates commercially to deliver a positive rate of return."..."The NRF will provide a range of finance options including:> loans> equity investment> guarantees."..."It will be governed by a board who will make independent investment decisions guided by an investment mandate."The NRF will finance projects that align with the 7 priority areas to leverage Australia’s natural and competitive strengths.1. value-add in resources2. value-add in agriculture, forestry and fisheries 3. transport4. medical science5. renewables and low emission technologies6. defence capability 7. enabling capabilities."...Morehttps://bit.ly/3TE2HWJ