In accordance with the Australian Public Service Commission all PM&C Officials must not accept gifts or benefits which might reasonably be seen to Compromise their integrity.
All gifts and benefits accepted (and valued at over $AUD 100 (excluding GST), must be publicly disclosed.
PM&C Gifts Policy states ‘gifts or benefits greater than $100 must be registered on the PM&C Gifts and Benefits Register’.
The data collected through PM&C’s internal gift or benefit register is reported publicly, through this page, quarterly.
PM&C Gifts, Benefits or Services Register (October 2019 to January 2020)
|Date received||Date recorded||Gift item /Benefit /Service||Rceived by (agency contact if not received directly by agency head)||Presented by (givers /contact name )||Organisation Name, Country||Occasion/ Circumstances||Estimated value in $AUD|
|21/10/2019||23/10/2019||Master Class,in transforming organisational culture, delivered by Michael Rennie, McKinsey.||William Story||Roland Dillon||McKinsey, Australia||Roland Dillon of McKinsey had previously provided business advisory services for the APS review.||$2,400.00|
|04/12/2019||09/12/2019||Wooden gift box containing dates||Simon Duggan||Saudi G20 Sherpa Office||Saudi G20 Sherpa Office, Saudi Arabia||G20 meeting in Riyadh Saudi Arabia, all participants gifted the same gift. Cultural norm to accept the gift||$155.33|