The National Integrity Commission Bill aimed to establish the Australian National Integrity Commission as an independent, broad-based, public sector anti-corruption commission for the Commonwealth. The Bill built on the work of others, such as the Committee of Privileges and Members' Interests, the Australian Greens and The Australia Institute’s National Integrity Committee, and was moved by Cathy following broad scale public consultation, which demonstrated community appetite for measures that would create a culture of integrity and a proactive, solutions-focused approach to preventing corruption.