Highlights

The Survey shows indications of a stronger culture of integrity across the State Services than in 2007.

    - Almost all State servants are aware of their agency's standards of integrity.

    - More State servants are aware of the provisions in the Protected Disclosures Act.

    - Corrupt behaviour remains at very low levels across the State Services.

    - More State servants report misconduct when they see it.

    - More managers are taking action on reports of misconduct.

    - More State servants agree their colleagues consider integrity standards when making work-related decisions.

    - More State servants agree their colleagues talk about the importance of integrity and conduct and doing the right thing in the work they do

    - Fewer State servants have observed sexual harassment.

    - Integrity and conduct are part of the performance appraisals of more State servants.

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