Recruitment for the first CEO of ACT's Integrity Commission is underway.
It comes as the integrity commissioner, former Federal Court judge Dennis Cowdroy, says he's confident the independent body will be fully operational by December 1.
Applications for the role have been advertised and close on September 5, with the base pay to be $282,476. According to the job advertisement, serious contenders will have senior management experience appropriate to the role - desirably in an investigatory body - and a clear understanding of the aims and objectives of public sector anti-corruption bodies.
Some MLAs met with Mr Cowdroy on August 15 when he provided them a chronology of actions started to establish the commission, as well as tasks still to be completed.
The Assembly on Thursday heard Mr Cowdroy was confident the commission would be operating by December 1, as is required under the Act.
The commission will investigate allegations of corruption involving public servants, politicians and government contractors.