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Deakin University does not tolerate fraud or corruption committed against the University or by staff or students of the University. The Chief Financial Officer is responsible for the management of the University's internal control framework that covers fraud and corruption prevention and control. For more information refer to the Prevention and Control of Fraud and corruption policy and procedure and the Fraud and Corruption reporting flowchart (16kb).
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Fraud and Corruption awareness training is available to all Deakin staff through a facilitator led session Awareness and Prevention of Fraud and Corruption, Deakin University and via the completion of an online training module located on the Deakin Training Portal (http://www.elearn.com.au/deakin/employees/).
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