A Parliamentary Committee on Labour and Welfare is due to table its report into alleged mismanagement within the National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOCK) on the same day as the governing body holds an Extraordinary General Assembly in Nairobi.
The report is due to be on the agenda in Kenyan Parliament when the House re-opens on November 15.
This was announced by Committee chair David Were when he revealed they have completed their report.
Sports Minister Hassan Wario formally dissolved the NOCK in late August following a series of problems during that month's Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
All senior officials were directly accused of wrongdoing except for the body's chairman, double Olympic gold medallist Kipchoge Keino.
They were accused of key accommodation and travel mishaps, including the "mishandling of accreditation", as well as kits which allegedly never reached athletes.
Wario was among those to appear before the Committee.
"We have done some good work, having listened to all parties involved," Wario told the Daily Nation newspaper.
"I know the country is eager to know our findings and recommendations but the contents of the report can only be divulged after we have tabled it in Parliament.
"It's our hope that our recommendations will be implemented since we don't' want to see our sportsmen and women suffer again."
This is a separate report to one conducted by a specially convened Rio 2016 Probe Committee, which was also spearheaded by Wario.
Clear the air talks were held in Lausanne between the NOCK, the Sports Ministry and the International Olympic Committee.
A timetable for reform was proposed by the latter body culminating in fresh elections and a new constitution before the end of the year.
A General Assembly also scheduled for November 15 is set to mark a major first step, although there are concerns the process could be derailed by disputes between rival factions.
One group surrounding Kenya Table Tennis Federation chairman Andrew Mudibo, who was appointed interim secretary general after NOCK disbanded, claim to have already completed a draft constitution with amendments ready to be presented at the meeting.
But another group consisting of figures from the old leadership, including suspended secretary general Francis Paul, has separately told NOCK affiliates to forward suggestions this week ahead of the meeting.
"We wish to reiterate that the NOCK has not circulated any draft constitution," he told the Daily Nation.
"That would only be done after all the proposals have been received."
Paul also vowed to meet Keino this week in order to discuss the process further.