Marginal note:Report — disclosures under section 12
38.1 (1) Within 60 days after the end of each financial year, each chief executive must prepare and submit to the Chief Human Resources Officer appointed under subsection 6(2.1) of the Financial Administration Act a report for that financial year on the activities, in the portion of the public sector for which the chief executive is responsible, respecting disclosures made under section 12.
Marginal note:Report to President of the Treasury Board — disclosures under section 12
(2) Within six months after the end of each financial year, the Chief Human Resources Officer must prepare and submit to the President of the Treasury Board a report for that financial year that provides an overview of the activities, throughout the public sector, respecting disclosures made under section 12.
(3) The report under subsection (2) must set out
(a) the number of general inquiries relating to this Act;
(b) the number of disclosures received, the number of those that were acted on and the number of those that were not acted on;
(c) the number of investigations commenced as a result of disclosures made under section 12;
(d) whether there are any systemic problems that give rise to wrongdoings; and
(e) any other matter that the Chief Human Resources Officer considers necessary.
Marginal note:Report to Parliament
(4) The President of the Treasury Board must cause the report to be laid before each House of Parliament on any of the first 15 days on which that House is sitting after the President of the Treasury Board receives the report.
- 2006, c. 9, s. 211;
- 2010, c. 12, ss. 1680, 1682;
- 2011, c. 24, s. 178.
OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC SECTOR INTEGRITY COMMISSIONER
Public Sector Integrity Commissioner
39. (1) The Governor in Council shall, by commission under the Great Seal, appoint a Public Sector Integrity Commissioner after consultation with the leader of every recognized party in the Senate and House of Commons and approval of the appointment by resolution of the Senate and House of Commons.
(2) Subject to this section, the Commissioner holds office during good behaviour for a term of seven years, but may be removed for cause by the Governor in Council at any time on address of the Senate and House of Commons.
(3) The Commissioner is eligible to be re-appointed for a further term of not more than seven years.
Marginal note:Interim appointment
(4) In the event of the absence or incapacity of the Commissioner, or if that office is vacant, the Governor in Council may appoint any qualified person to hold that office in the interim for a term not exceeding six months, and that person shall, while holding office, be paid the salary or other remuneration and expenses that may be fixed by the Governor in Council.
- 2005, c. 46, s. 39;
- 2006, c. 9, s. 119.
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