Twenty-seven MPs and cabinet ministers had moved into new offices in the Wellington, Justice, and Confederation buildings by Oct. 1, according to House staff.
Federal directives limit the government from commissioning studies that explicitly advance its own self-interests.
Chief information officer Alex Benay says the new system wonâ€™t be deployed government-wide at first, and could run in parallel with Phoenix for a time.
The Senate's report is the latest study in recent months to highlight the failure of the Phoenix pay system, which has resulted in hundreds of thousands of backlogged pay files for public servants.
Though plans are still not concrete, roughly 20 Liberal MPs, nine Conservative MPs, five NDP MPs, 10 Senators, and Senate administration staff will be moving this summer.