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Identifying and managing people of security concern

The Australian Government personnel security better practice guide—Identifying and managing people of security concern – integrating security, integrity, fraud control and human resources assists agencies to achieve a consistent approach to identifying and managing personnel of concern.

The guide covers:

  • the approach, covering:
    • the relationship between personnel security, anti-corruption, fraud control and personal conduct management
    • information exchange with other agencies
  • identifying people of concern
  • managing the risks to an agency from people of concern
  • managing personnel of security concern, including:
    • managing personnel with indicators of potential concern early
    • managing personnel displaying behaviours of actual concern
  • managing personnel in high risk positions.

The guide is available to download below: