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Australasian Human Research Ethics Consultancy Services Pty Ltd (AHRECS)

Corruption risks involving publicly funded research (CCC | December 2017)

Published/Released on December 08, 2017 | Posted by Admin on April 13, 2019 / , , ,
 


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 PREVENTION IN FOCUS

What you should know

  • The Queensland public sector conducts research in diverse sectors including medical and health sciences, agriculture, engineering and the biological sciences. In 2014-15, Australian governments spent more than $3,000 million on research and development.
  • Queensland has set the precedent for researchers to be prosecuted and convicted of fraud and attempted fraud in relation to fabrication of research results and fraudulent grant applications.
  • Units of public administrations (UPAs) and those who manage and supervise research within them have a responsibility to ensure not only the intellectual integrity of the work being undertaken within their agency, but also the financial and administrative probity related to its conduct and delivery

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