National Anti-Corruption Commission

The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) is an independent agency that prevents, detects, investigates and reports on serious or systemic corruption across the Commonwealth public sector. It educates the public service, and the public, about corruption risks and prevention. The NACC is independent from government. This means the government cannot tell the NACC what to investigate (or what not to investigate), or how to do its job. The NACC will be able to investigate alleged corruption and report on what it finds. The NACC is led by a Commissioner and up to three Deputy Commissioners, with support from a Chief Executive Officer.

Key People

Further information

  • Type of Body

    A. Non-corporate Commonwealth entity

  • GFS Sector Classification


  • Established By / Under

    Act / Regulation

  • Established By/Under More info

    National Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2022

  • Annual Report Prepared and tabled?


  • Classification

    A. Primary body

  • GFS Function / Sector Reported

    Other Purposes

  • Materiality


  • PS Act Body

    Yes - Statutory Agency

  • Creation Date

Government appointed boards

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