CEO directions and instructions
CEO directions and instructions outline specific responsibilities and expected behaviours of Comcare staff and others engaged to help Comcare meet its objectives. Failure to comply with a CEO direction may result in disciplinary action.
Comcare's current CEO directions and instructions include:
Outlines obligations for the issue and use of Cabcharge vouchers. The direction also explains control of accountable documents.
Describes the use and custody of the Comcare Common Seal.
Explains an employee's obligations where their personal interests may be or perceived to be in conflict with their official duties.
Explains responsibilities for the issue and use of Comcare corporate credit cards.
Identifies employee responsibilities for disclosing private interests if through their official duties, a conflict of interest is apparent.
Directs General Counsel to comply with specific obligations applicable to the position.
Explains the rules for disclosure of official information, particularly to Parliamentarians.
Sets out Comcare's policy on the management of its Information Publication Scheme.
Explains Comcare's policy on expenditure on meals or entertainment for a purpose consistent with Comcare's business objectives.
Describes employee obligations to be addressed before undertaking employment outside of Comcare.
Describes Comcare's policy when dealing with personal information.
Sets out Comcare's policy on records management to ensure we are capturing, managing and maintaining all records for legislative and historical purposes.
Describes employee obligations in relation to the use of desktop computers, servers, phones, business systems, printing, email and Internet access.
This instruction outlines the procedures taken when there has been a suspected breach of the code of conduct.
This information outlines the procedure to be followed in making new delegations so that they are accurate, consistent, lawful, securely stored and readily accessible to all Comcare staff.
This instruction sets out the policy in relation to the reporting of suspected behaviour that is not consistent with the code of conduct or represents misuse or management of Commonwealth resources.