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Managing conflicts of interest

Through its Conflict of Interest policy the MDBA seeks to ensure that conflicts of interest (real, potential and perceived) are identified, disclosed and managed in a rigorous and transparent way. 

The MDBA conflict of interest policy applies to:

  • All MDBA employees
  • Authority members
  • volunteers, secondees, work experience, visiting fellows and others who have access to MDBA information by virtue of special arrangements
  • contractors, and
  • employees and sub-contractors of companies engaged in contracts to undertake work for the MDBA.


Murray–Darling Basin Authority Conflict of Interest Policy 2019–2021
Updated: 22 Oct 2020  •   Policies and guidelines