Helpful information on our resource documents
Portfolio Fraud and Corruption Prevention Plan 2022-2024
The Public Sector Management Act 1994 requires agencies to adopt an active preventative strategy towards the control of all breaches of integrity, including fraud and corruption. The Plan and Risk Assessment:
- provides an overarching framework for the Suburban Land Agency, City Renewal Authority and Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate to manage the issues of fraudulent activity or corrupt behaviours by staff, contractors, third party service providers and clients
- raises awareness of fraud and corruption among staff, and to assist staff to prevent, detect and report suspected cases of fraud and corruption and guide the management of cases of alleged fraud and/or corruption.
Small Business Payment Times Reporting
The Suburban Land Agency is required to report on the timeliness of payments made to the Agency’s small business suppliers.
This information is submitted for each half year and is publicly available via the Payment Times Reporting Regulator website at https://register.paymenttimes.gov.au.
Forms of Contract Payment
The Agency’s Forms and Payments Policy aims to:
- provide clarity to all stakeholders on the Agency’s position in relation to acceptance of the various payment forms for exchange deposits, Project Delivery Deeds and other arrangements
- mitigate risks in relation to acceptance of deposits or insurance bonds and bank guarantees as payments, particularly around access to the funds over the required term.
Risk Management Framework and Policy Statement
We are committed to effective and efficient identification, treatment and monitoring of risks to the organisation. The purpose of the Framework is to integrate the process of risk management activities and functions. Effective risk management is regarded as essential for the development and delivery of quality services across the ACT Government, its Ministers and the ACT community. The Framework provides the foundation and arrangement for how risk is managed across the Agency.
Records Information Management Program
The Suburban Land Agency understands and acknowledges the importance of, and public value in, the records, information and data that we collect and generate in the course of serving the ACT community. Records, information, data are vital corporate assets to inform, plan for and achieve outcomes that are relevant and valuable to the community, business and government.
We are committed to the proper management of our records, information and data in order to uphold our commitments to the community, good governance and to comply with the requirements of the Territory Records Act 2002 (the Act).
To meet our obligations against the Territory Records Act 2002, the Suburban Land Agency Chief Executive has adopted the Environment Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate Records, Information and Data Management Program (the Program).
If you would like further information about SLA’s recording keeping or the Program, please contact [email protected] or [email protected]
This policy establishes the principles to be followed when considering and/or managing Sponsorships with the Suburban Land Agency. Staff within the Agency must comply with this policy when considering and managing Sponsorships.