Currently, there are ten organizations at the federal level that function as Agents of Parliament (APs). Most of the APs such as the Auditor General, the Chief Electoral Officer, and the Information Commissioner have been in place for many years while others are more recent creations of the federal government. Over the past 30 years, the number of APs has expanded. This has created a constellation of organizations that account directly to Parliament on various elements of government activities.
April 4, 2017
The Public Sector Integrity Commission (PSIC) in Perspective