Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality Policy

The CSV Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality Policy outlines CSV's expectations for the appropriate management of offers of, and the provision of, gifts, benefits and hospitality.

The policy applies to all CSV executive officers, staff, contractors and consultants where offers of gifts, benefits and hospitality are made by/to external parties such as service providers, contractors, consultants or court users.

CSV's Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality Policy is published below.

Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality Register

The CSV register records all offers of gifts, benefits or hospitality valued at $50 or more, whether accepted or declined. It is intended to maintain high levels of integrity and public trust and support employees and CSV to avoid any actual, potential or perceived impropriety and conflicts of interest.

Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality Register 2018/19

Date offered Offered to Offered by Summary description Estimated value Decision 
19/04/2018 Principal Consultant, Safety & Wellbeing Public Sector Leaders Series Luncheon Public Sector Leaders Series Luncheon $70 Accepted
04/08/2018 Neighbourhood Justice Centre Unknown Thank you card with cash enclosed $200 Accepted because donor was unable to be identified and donated to the Collingwood All Stars Program (CASP). 
23/08/2018 Manager, Court Security Unit Seton Australia Google Home Mini $139 Declined
06/09/2018 Chair, Audit and Risk Portfolio Committee Deloitte Invitation to "It's happening, Victoria" with hospitality $70 Accepted
24/09/2018 Chair, Audit and Risk Portfolio Committee PwC Invitation to "Public Sector Audit Committee Roundtable" on "The Auditor General's Perspectives on Key Themes in Public Sector Accounting" with hospitality $70 Accepted
13/10/2018 Chair, Audit and Risk Portfolio Committee Deloitte Invitation to "Deloitte Financial Reporting Update" with hospitality $30 Accepted
16/10/2018 Director, People and Culture Moray and Agnew Luncheon on gender pay equality $99 Accepted
04/12/2018 Supreme Court of Victoria Archives and Records RMIT Christmas hamper $50` Accepted

 

Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality Register 2017/18

Date offered Offered to Offered by Summary description Estimated value Decision 
15/09/2017 CSV CEO Governor of Victoria Dinner to mark the retirement of the former Chief Justice $200 Accepted
31/10/2017 CSV CEO PWC Luncheon at PWC $120 Accepted
31/10/2017 Director, Strategy, Policy and Research PWC Luncheon at PWC $120 Accepted
31/10/2017 Chief Transformation Officer PWC Luncheon at PWC $120 Accepted
18/12/2017 CSV CEO Transearch A box of cherries $50 Accepted
25/05/2018 CSV CEO BCG Invitation to attend MoMA at NGV $100 Declined
29/05/2018 Executive Director, People and Culture Moray and Agnew Dinner event $240 Declined
21/06/2018 Senior Research Manager, Judicial College of Victoria Law Institute of Victoria Gift certificate to use at LIV bookstore $50 Accepted
 

The CSV Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality Policy and the CSV Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality Register are published in accordance with the minimum accountabilities applying to all public sector organisations.

For further information, click here to go to the Victorian Public Sector Commission's website.

This page was last updated: Thursday 19 September 2019 - 3:14pm