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Who can request advice?

The Integrity Commissioner may provide advice to ‘designated persons’. The Integrity Act 2009 (Qld) defines the following persons as a designated person:

  • a member of the Legislative Assembly;
  • a statutory office holder;
  • a chief executive of a government department or a public service office;
  • a senior executive officer or senior officer;
  • a chief executive of, or a senior officer equivalent employed in a government entity, who is nominated by the Minister responsible for administering the entity;
  • a ministerial staff member who gives, or a person engaged to give, advice to a Minister;
  • an Assistant Minister staff member who gives, or a person engaged to give, advice to an Assistant Minister;
  • a person, or a class of person nominated by a Minister or Assistant Minister.

All designated persons can seek advice with regard to their own issues involving ethics or integrity.

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Last updated
18 July, 2022

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