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Tips from the top : senior NSW public sector managers discuss the challenges of preventing corruption / Independent Commission Against Corruption
Bib ID 2911721
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Zipparo, Lisa
 
Online Versions
Description Sydney : ICAC, 1999 
34 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0731072804
Notes

"This paper was written by Lisa Zipparo, Stephanie Cooke and Sue Bolton"--T.p. verso.

Also available online via the World Wide Web.

Subjects Civil service -- Corrupt practices -- New South Wales -- Prevention.  |  New South Wales -- Officials and employees -- Corrupt practices -- Prevention.
Other authors/contributors Cooke, Stephanie  |  Bolton, Sue  |  New South Wales. Independent Commission Against Corruption

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