The ACCC exercises its powers as a competition, consumer and regulatory agency in a transparent and accountable manner.
As a Commonwealth entity we provide an annual update on the remuneration paid to the executives in the Commission. Details for the 2016-17 reporting period are outlined in the tables below.
The ACCC is committed to promoting and maintaining an organisation free from fraud.
The ACCC Gifts, hospitality and benefits policy outlines our responsibilities, including what to accept, what to decline and what to declare.
This page contains indexed file lists created by the ACCC in accordance with Senate Continuing Order No 12. The lists are tabled twice a year.
The Freedom of Information Act 1982 establishes an Information Publication Scheme (IPS). The Information Publication Scheme requires us to publish certain information online.
This is a statement of external legal services expenditure by the ACCC for the financial year ended 30 June 2022. It is published in compliance with paragraph 11.1 (ba) of the Legal Services Directions 2017.
The ACCC has established agency procedures for dealing with public interest disclosures.
The Australian Government’s Regulator performance framework was released in October 2014 and is part of the Government’s commitment to reduce unnecessary or inefficient regulation imposed on individuals, business and community organisations.
The ACCC manages and reports its tenders and procurements in accordance with the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013.