Corruption and Crime Commission Office of the Auditor General Office of the Information Commissioner Public Sector Commission Ombudsman Western Australia

The Integrity Coordinating Group (ICG) promotes policy coherence and operational coordination in the ongoing work of Western Australia's core public sector integrity institutions. The ICG seeks to achieve operational cooperation and consistency through public awareness, workplace education, prevention, advice and investigation activities across a range of integrity themes.

Photo of ICG members

The ICG is not established by any statute and is an informal administrative arrangement to enable member agencies to coordinate their activities, avoid duplication and overlap, and better promote integrity to the public sector. Each member remains bound by their own statutory powers and limitations.

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Sven Bluemmel, Information Commissioner
John McKechnie, QC, Commissioner of the Corruption and Crime Commission
Colin Murphy, Auditor General
Mal Wauchope, Public Sector Commissioner
Chris Field, Western Australian Ombudsman

News from the members

State of the sectors 2016—Reassess, reinvent, reinforce

State of the sectors 2016—Reassess, reinvent, reinforce tabled in Parliament

Public Sector Commission
Public Sector Commissioner, Mal Wauchope made his sixth, annual State of the sectors 2016—Reassess, reinvent, reinforce report and accompanying statistical bulletin available on the Commission’s website today.
Ombudsman Western Australia: Annual Report 2015-16

Ombudsman Western Australia: Annual Report 2015-16

Ombudsman Western Australia
The Ombudsman Western Australian Annual Report 2015-16 was recently tabled in the Parliament of Western Australia, which outlines the work undertaken by the Office of the Ombudsman during the reporting period.
Ombudsman improves access to services for children and young people

Ombudsman improves access to services for children and young people

Ombudsman Western Australia
‘It’s OK to complain about problems you are having with government services, we’re here to help’ is the message of Western Australian Ombudsman, Chris Field, to children and young people.
Starter Kit for new ombudsmen and developing or expanding offices

Starter Kit for new ombudsmen and developing or expanding offices

Ombudsman Western Australia
On 3 May 2016, Mr Chris Field, International Ombudsman Institute (IOI) Treasurer and Western Australian Ombudsman, launched a 'Starter Kit for new ombudsmen and developing or expanding offices' (Starter Kit) at the 2016 Australasian and Pacific Ombudsman Region (APOR) Conference held in Melbourne.