Conflicts of interest policy

This policy sets standards and provides guidance on how to manage a conflict of interest in an ethical manner. We are committed to preventing adverse consequences that can arise from a conflict of interest, as well as the appearance of favouritism, undue influence or impropriety.

Gifts and benefits policy

This policy sets out when it is appropriate and inappropriate to give or receive a gift or benefit, and the actions that should be taken if offered a gift or benefit. You should not accept or offer a gift or benefit that is intended, could be perceived as causing, or is likely to cause, you or another party to act in a partial manner.

Data Breach Policy and Guide

This policy outlines IPART’s approach to complying with the Mandatory Notification of Data Breach (MNDB) Scheme, the roles and responsibilities for reporting data breaches and strategies for containing, assessing and managing eligible data breaches.

Public Interest Disclosure policy 

This policy provides guidance to employees and other public officials who wish to make a public interest disclosure (PID).

Continuous disclosure policy 

We are committed to continuous disclosure to ensure impartial and transparent decisions through extensive consultation, as well as accountability for performance against corporate goals, key indicators and expenditure of public funds.

Code of Ethics and Conduct for Tribunal Members

This Code articulates the standards of conduct that Tribunal members have committed to uphold and are therefore expected to demonstrate.