(1) In this section:
Director-General means the Director-General of the Department of Premier and Cabinet.(2) The Director-General or a person authorised by the Director-General may conduct an inquiry into any matter relating to the administration or management of a public sector agency.(2A) An inquiry cannot be conducted under this section into any matter that is the subject of an inquiry by the Commissioner under section 3K except with the concurrence of the Commissioner.(3) The Director-General or a person authorised by the Director-General may, for the purposes of conducting an inquiry under this section:(a) enter and inspect the premises of a public sector agency, and(b) require the production of, and take copies of, any documents in the custody of a member of staff of the public sector agency, and(c) for the purposes of further examination, take possession of, and remove, any of those documents, and(d) require a member of staff of the public sector agency to answer questions, and(e) require a member of staff of the public sector agency to provide such assistance and facilities as is or are necessary to enable the Director-General or authorised person to exercise functions under this section.(4) A reference in subsection (3) to a member of staff of a public sector agency includes a reference to any person who is engaged by the agency (whether directly or indirectly) under a contract for services.(5) This section does not affect the operation of section 3K, 132 or 159.(6) This section does not apply to or in respect of:(a) the NSW Police Force, or(b) the public sector agency comprising the service of either House of Parliament, or the President or Speaker, or the President and the Speaker jointly.