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The position of Ethics and Integrity Commissioner was created by Executive Council in 2015 as part of a series of measures to maintain and strengthen public confidence that the work of government is conducted with high standards of ethics and integrity. Initially, the primary area of responsibility...
The second annual report of the office of the Ethics and Integrity Commissioner.
The Public Interest and Disclosure and Whistleblower Protection policy came into effect on October 13, 2015. This policy enhances accountability and promotes ethical conduct within government by providing employees with a path for the disclosure of wrongdoing, as well as protection in the event of...
The conflict of interest disclosure process, for executive division employees, including deputy ministers, was significantly enhanced in 2015-2016. Specifically, the process changed from self-identification of potential conflicts of interests to full disclosure of assets, liabilities and interests...
The purpose of the, Conflict of Interest Policy - Executive Division, is to set out conflict of interest provisions for members of the Executive Division as defined in the, Civil Service Act, .
The Public Interest Disclosure and Whistleblower Protection policy applies to employees of entities listed in the schedules to the, Financial Administration Act, , with the exception of the Legislative Assembly, the Office of the Auditor General, the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission and the...
The first annual report of the office of the Ethics and Integrity Commissioner.