An inquiry into whether the Auditor-General Martin Matthews is fit to keep his job has concluded, and has been given two weeks to respond to its findings.
The investigation was launched in May after weeks of reports into a fraud at the Transport Ministry while Mr Matthews was in charge.
Mr Matthews has defended his handling of the case but stood down while the investigation was carried out.
Parliament Speaker David Carter told RNZ that the Parliamentary committee which ordered the inquiry had received the report but he would not discuss its findings.
The State Services Commission is holding a separate inquiry into whether Harrison was able to restructure whistleblowers out of the Transport Ministry.