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NSW roads agency staff to face ICAC probe

A pair of former NSW Roads and Maritime Services employees are set to face the Independent Commission Against Corruption blowtorch for the next six weeks over allegations of receiving contract kickbacks.

Ex-RMS employees Alexandre Dubois and Craig Steyn in the 10 years to 2019 allegedly awarded more than $41 million in contracts to companies with which they were linked.

They then allegedly received benefits for the awarding of those contracts.

ICAC chief commissioner Peter Hall QC will preside at the public inquiry, which begins on Monday in Sydney, and counsel assisting the commission will be Jason Downing SC and Caroline Spruce.

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