If the ICAC has made a report to a Minister or the ICAC Minister and either:
- the Minister to whom the report is made provides a written response to the ICAC; or
- the Minister to whom the report is made does not provide a written response within a reasonable time;
and the ICAC is not satisfied with the minister's response (if any), he may make a report on the referral:
- to the Assembly Committee; or
- if there is no Assembly Committee – to the Speaker.
The report may contain as much information as the ICAC considers appropriate in relation to the referral. It must contain a fair representation of any response provided by the minister.
The report may also contain recommendations.
The chairperson of the Assembly Committee or the Speaker must table a copy of the report in the Legislative Assembly within six sitting days after the chairperson or Speaker receives the report.