(a) to monitor and review the performance of the functions of an integrity entity;
(b) to report to both Houses of Parliament, as it considers appropriate, on the following matters:
(i) matters relevant to an integrity entity;
(ii) matters relevant to the performance of an integrity entity's functions or the exercise of an integrity entity's powers;
(c) to examine the annual reports of an integrity entity and any other report of an integrity entity and report to both Houses of Parliament on any matter appearing in or arising out of such reports;
(d) to report to the Legislative Council or House of Assembly on any matter relevant to an integrity entity's functions that is referred to it by the Legislative Council or House of Assembly;
(e) to review the functions, powers and operations of the Integrity Commission at the expiration of the period of 3 years commencing on the commencement of this section and to table in both Houses of Parliament a report regarding any action that should be taken in relation to this Act or the functions, powers and operations of the Integrity Commission;
(f) to provide guidance and advice relating to the functions of an integrity entity under this Act;
(g) to refer any matter to the Integrity Commission for investigation or advice;
(h) to comment on proposed appointments to be made under section 14(1)(e), (f) or (g), section 15 and section 27.
(a) to investigate any matter relating to a complaint that is being dealt with by the Integrity Commission; or
(b) to review a decision of the Integrity Commission to investigate, not investigate or discontinue an investigation or inquire into or not inquire into a particular complaint; or
(c) to make findings, recommendations, determinations or decisions in relation to a particular investigation or inquiry of a complaint that is being or has been dealt with by the Integrity Commission.