Expert probity and procurement advice

CourtHeath Consulting provides services to government and not-for-profit organisations.

Our probity audit and advisory services help clients meet government probity standards especially regarding conflict of interest, confidentiality, ethical conduct and corruption risks.

We manage public sector procurement processes and provide tender process support and a range of commercial advisory services for government projects.

A participant in the UN Global Compact, CourtHeath Consulting seeks to raise awareness about the sustainable development goals and the principles of the Global Compact with business and government organisations in Victoria.

At CourtHeath, we acknowledge the Traditional Aboriginal Owners of Country throughout Victoria and pay respect to Elders past and present and emerging and to the ongoing living culture of Aboriginal people.

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  • Earth Day 2021 part two

    On Earth Day 2021, the world turns to Climate Action to address the urgent need to Restore Our Earth™ Today, we are reminded that Climate Action requires a year-round effort. Read more

  • Earth Day 2021 part one

    Earth Day 2021 addresses the urgent need to Restore Our Earth™ One of the most pressing issues of the 21st century is climate change, and with news that carbon dioxide levels have Read more

  • Preventing corruption in public administration

    As the recent release of Transparency International’s 2020 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) attests, no country is immune from corruption. In this blog we look at new research investigating malfeasance in public Read more

  • IWD 2021 – a global call to action

    Monday, 8 March marks International Women’s Day (IWD), and this year’s theme, #ChooseToChallenge, is a global call to action in the name of gender equality. “A challenged world is an Read more

  • No country is immune from corruption, part two

    Text by Wendy Cavenett Transparency International’s 2020 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) was released late last month. Assessing perceived corruption in the public sector across 180 countries, this year’s report has Read more

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