The City of Toronto has four accountability officers, the Auditor General, the Integrity Commissioner, the Ombudsman and the Lobbyist Registrar.
The Auditor General is responsible for assisting City Council in holding itself and its administration accountable for the quality of stewardship over public funds and for the achievement of value for money in City operations.
The Integrity Commissioner is responsible for providing advice, complaint resolution and education to Members of City Council and Members of local boards on the application of the City’s Codes of Conduct, and other by-laws, policies and legislation governing ethical behaviour.
The Ombudsman is responsible for addressing concerns about City services and investigating complaints about administrative unfairness.
The Lobbyist Registrar is responsible for promoting and enhancing the integrity of the City’s decision-making through public disclosure of lobbying activities and regulation of lobbyists conduct.