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The Queensland Integrity Commissioner is a statutory office holder and officer of Queensland Parliament. The Commissioner administers the Integrity Act 2009 (Qld).

The role of the Integrity Commissioner involves:

  • Providing confidential advice on ethics and integrity issues to current and, in certain cases, former Ministers, members of the Legislative Assembly, ministerial chiefs of staff, senior public servants, statutory office holders and other persons or classes of persons prescribed by regulation.
  • Regulating lobbying activity and maintaining the lobbyists register.
  • Raising public awareness of ethics and integrity matters.
  • Standard setting on ethics and integrity matters at the request of the Premier.

The Integrity Commissioner is also the convenor and chair of the Integrity Committee, an informal committee that meets four times a year. Members include:

  • The Chairperson of the Crime and Corruption Commission.
  • The Queensland Ombudsman.
  • The Commissioner of the Public Service Commission.
  • The Information Commissioner.
  • The Auditor-General.
  • The Electoral Commissioner.
  • The Independent Assessor.
  • The Queensland Racing Integrity Commissioner.
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Last updated
15 December, 2023

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