JTB – No Evidence of Policy Requiring Board Members to Disclose Conflict of Interests

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Auditor General's Findings

The Tourist Board Act outlines the powers of the Board to perform its functions. This should involve the Board establishing a good governance framework to ensure effectiveness in its oversight and strategic management responsibilities, and the institutionalization of ethical standards in the day-to-day operations. Board members were however not required to disclose for record any business or other interest that are likely to create a conflict of interest; this runs contrary to good governance practices.

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Permanent Secretary (current): Jennifer Griffith

Breach Category: Governance

Permanent Secretary (at breach):

Breach Type: Corporate Governance Framework Not Implemented

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