(1) The IBAC in its annual report for a financial year under Part 7 of the Financial Management Act 1994 must include—
(a) information about how to access the guidelines issued and procedures established by the IBAC under Part 9 of this Act;
(b) for the financial year—
(i) the number and types of assessable disclosures made directly to the IBAC;
(ii) the number and types of disclosures notified to the IBAC under section 21 or 22;
S. 67(1)(b)(iii) amended by No. 2/2019 s. 39(a).
(iii) the number and types of assessments made by the IBAC under section 26 to determine whether a disclosure is a public interest complaint;
S. 67(1)(b)(iv) amended by No. 2/2019 s. 39(b).
(iv) the number and types of public interest complaints that, under the Independent Broad-based Anti‑corruption Commission Act 2011 , have been—
(A) investigated by the IBAC;
(B) referred by the IBAC to another investigating entity;
(C) dismissed by the IBAC;
(v) the number and types of disclosures that the IBAC has been unable to either investigate or refer to another investigating entity;
(c) any recommendations made by the IBAC under section 61 during the financial year;
(d) for each of those recommendations, the action taken by the entity in relation to the recommendation;
(e) the number of applications for an injunction made by the IBAC under section 50 during the financial year.
(2) The matters required to be included in the report under subsection (1) are—
S. 67(2)(a) amended by No. 82/2012 s. 315(f).
(a) in addition to the matters required to be included in the report under section 165 of the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission Act 2011 ; and
(b) subject to any restrictions on the inclusion of information imposed by that section.