The commissioners of the recently-formed Integrity Commission have made interim appointments to key areas as they move to fully operationalise the entity.
It says former Contractor General Dirk Harrison will be responsible for corruption prosecution, Joy Powell for information and complaints, and David Grey for investigation.
The commission came into operation on February 22 and combines the functions of the Integrity Commission, the Commission for the Prevention of Corruption and the Office of the Contractor General.
In a release on Tuesday, the commissioners said they have so far taken steps to engage the necessary expertise to perform a strategic review and develop a comprehensive change management and integration plan.
They say the strategic review will guide the competitive recruitment of key personnel including the Executive Director.
The Commission says it anticipates that implementation of the plan will begin in September.