On 8 February 2017 the Senate established a select committee to be known as the Select Committee on a National Integrity Commission to inquire and report on the establishment of a national integrity commission.
The committee has access to the evidence and records of the 2016 Select Committee on the Establishment of a National Integrity Commission. If you previously submitted to the 2016 Select Committee on the Establishment of a National Integrity Commission, only re-submit to this committee if you need to update or amend your previous submission, or you have new information to provide.
The committee intends to refer to the evidence received during the 44th Parliament, in addition to any new evidence received. Submissions to this inquiry received in the 44th Parliament can be accessed here.
The committee is not in a position to consider or examine individual cases or personal disputes. The inquiry terms of reference require the committee to consider the adequacy of the current integrity arrangements and to ascertain whether a national integrity commission should be established.
Please note that all documents sent to the inquiry become committee documents on receipt, and are only made public following a decision of the committee. The committee may decide not to accept or not to publish material that is not relevant to the inquiry's terms of reference or which reflects adversely on others.