Space to play or pause, M to mute, left and right arrows to seek, up and down arrows for volume.WatchDuration: 1 minute 52 seconds1m 52s Head of Prime Minister's department rejects accusations his sports rorts review was partisanShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelThe head of the Prime Minister's Department has told a parliamentary inquiry only the former sports minister Bridget McKenzie and the head of Sport Australia were interviewed during his investigation into whether the then-minister breached ministerial standards.Key points:Phil Gaetjens was asked to examine whether Bridget McKenzie breached ministerial standardsLabor has questioned why Mr Gaetjens did not speak to staff in the former minister or Prime Minister's officeHe has defended his investigation, saying it was not looking at the entire sports grants programA Senate committee is currently examining the administration of the Federal Government's contentious $100 million community sports grants scheme, which an auditor-general's report found was focused on marginal and target seats in the lead-up to the 2019 election.After the report was released, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet secretary Phil Gaetjens was asked by Scott Morrison to look into whether then-agriculture minister Bridget McKenzie had breached ministerial guidelines in her role overseeing the program when she was the sports minister.While his subsequent report has not been published, he did acknowledge the senator had breached standards by not declaring her membership of two gun clubs that had received funding, leading to her resignation.In a submission to the inquiry, Mr Gaetjens said he found there were "significant shortcomings" in the way Senator McKenzie decided on grants but disagreed with the auditor-general's findings about bias.Today, the inquiry heard that just two people were formally spoken to as part of his investigation. Nationals senator Bridget McKenzie resigned from Cabinet after Mr Gaetjen's found she breached ministerial standards.(ABC News: Matt Roberts)"There was one interview with Senator McKenzie and then there was a phone call with the [chief executive officer] of Sport Australia [Kate Palmer],
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