RailCorp - corrupt conduct associated with air-conditioning contracts (Operation Persis)
The ICAC investigated whether Said Marcos, a RailCorp employee, received corrupt rewards from RailCorp contractors Tony Mourched and Sami Mikhail in return for the awarding RailCorp air-conditioning maintenance and other work to them.
In its investigation report, made public on 18 June 2007, the ICAC made findings of corrupt conduct against Mr Marcos, Mr Mourched and Mr Mikhail. The ICAC stated its opinion that consideration should be given to obtaining the advice of the Director of Public Prosecutions with respect to their prosecution, and also that of Benjamin Marcos, for specified criminal offences.
A total of 27 corruption prevention recommendations were made to RailCorp.
|Report on an investigation into corrupt conduct associated with RailCorp air-conditioning contracts (Operation Persis) (18 June 2007)||View full report|
|Findings of corrupt conduct|
|Findings and updates||View findings|
|Recommendations for prosecutions|
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|Recommendations for disciplinary action|
|Recommendations for disiplinary action and updates||View recommendations|
|Recommendations for corruption prevention|
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|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|
|Fact Sheet: Investigation into corrupt conduct associated with RailCorp air-conditioning contracts||View fact sheet|
|ICAC finds corrupt conduct against RailCorp employee and contractors||View media release|