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Managing conflicts of interest

Through its conflict of interest policies, the MDBA seeks to ensure that conflicts of interest (real, potential and perceived) are identified, disclosed and managed in a rigorous and transparent way. 

Murray–Darling Basin Authority conflict of interest policy

The MDBA conflict of interest policy applies to:

  • All MDBA employees
  • Authority members
  • volunteers, secondees, work experience, visiting fellows and others who have access to MDBA information by virtue of special arrangements
  • contractors
  • employees and sub-contractors of companies engaged in contracts to undertake work for the MDBA.

Conflict of interest guidance for Authority members

The guidance document outlines the arrangements that support the disclosure of interests by Authority members.   

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Murray–Darling Basin Authority Conflict of Interest Policy 2019–2021
Conflict of interest guidance for Authority Members
Updated: 17 Nov 2021  •   Policies and guidelines