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Gifts Benefits and Hospitality Register

The way MFB officials respond to offers of gifts, benefits and hospitality is critical to maintaining the trust of those we serve. Officials need to act in a manner that allows the community, customers, Government, clients and business associates to feel confident that they perform public duties without favouritism or bias, or for personal gain.

All public sector organisations are required to publish a register of all declarable gifts, benefits and hospitality for the current and previous financial years.

In line with the minimum accountabilities applying to all public sector organisations MFB publishes the Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality Register each financial year (beginning 2017-18), and its current Gifts Benefits and Hospitality Policy.

MFB is communicating its policy on the offering and provision of gifts, benefits and hospitality to contractors, consultants and other business associates. Those identified as acting inconsistently with this policy may be subject to contract renegotiation, including termination. For further information on managing breaches of this policy, please refer to the Policy itself.

You can view MFB’s Gifts Benefits and Hospitality Policy here: MFB Gifts Benefits Hospitality Policy

You can view MFB’s 2018-2019 Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality Register here:  Gifts Benefits and Hospitality Register 2018 2019

You can view MFB’s 2017-2018 Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality Register here: Gifts Benefits and Hospitality Register 2017 2018

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