University IT management – allegations concerning former IT manager (Operation Misto)
The ICAC investigated allegations that Brett Roberts corruptly obtained benefits by issuing false invoices to the University of Newcastle, the University of Sydney and Macquarie University, when he held information technology (IT) management positions at each of the universities between 2005 and 2013.
In its report on the investigation, made public on 25 June 2015, the Commission makes corrupt conduct findings against Mr Roberts, Christopher Killalea and Emiel Temmerman. The Commission is of the opinion that consideration should be given to obtaining the advice of the Director of Public Prosecutions with respect to the prosecution of Mr Roberts and Mr Killalea for various offences.
The ICAC also makes two corruption prevention recommendations to the University of Sydney and one recommendation to all of the universities to help prevent the recurrence of the conduct exposed in this investigation in the future.
|Investigation into the conduct of a university manager and others in relation to false invoicing (Operation Misto)(June 2015)||View full report|
|Findings of corrupt conduct|
|Findings of corrupt conduct||View findings|
|Recommendations for prosecutions|
|Recommendations for prosecutions||View recommendations|
|Recommendations for disciplinary action|
|Recommendations for disciplinary action||View recommendations|
|Recommendations for corruption prevention|
|Recommendations for corruption prevention||View recommendations|
|View all transcripts associated with this investigation. The Commission makes every effort to post the daily transcripts of its public inquiries on its website by 8:00 pm each day when possible. If the Commission sits later than 4:00 pm, the daily transcripts, particularly the afternoon session, may not be available until the next working day.||View transcripts|
|Public Notices, Media Releases and Fact Sheets|
|Investigation into the conduct of a university manager and others in relation to false invoicing||View fact sheet|
|ICAC finds former university IT manager corrupt||View media release|
|ICAC public inquiry into allegations concerning former university IT manager starts Monday||View media release|
|ICAC public inquiry into former university IT manager||View media release|
|Public inquiry||View public notice|