Members of the Irish public have been urged to document their experiences of applying for Olympic tickets as part of a Government-commissioned inquiry into alleged wrongdoing.
The review, overseen by former High Court judge Justice Carroll Moran, comes amid the Brazilian ticketing investigation threatening to tear apart the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI).
OCI President Patrick Hickey was arrested in a dawn raid during Rio 2016 on August 17 and charged with criminal organisation, ticket touting, ambush marketing, larceny, money laundering and tax evasion.
He denies the allegations against him and remains in Brazil without his passport as the probe continues.
Moran's scope is also looking at Ireland’s ticketing processes for London 2012, Sochi 2014 and Rio 2016 .
It is looking at "policies, procedures, processes and practices" adopted by the OCI at those Games.
Members of the public have been urged to make submissions "concerning their experience in applying for tickets at the Olympic Games".
"Any such submission should be accompanied by all emails, correspondence and other relevant documents," a statement said.
It is hoped that Moran will provide an interim report by the end of the month, although it is likely he may then seek further time to complete his inquiry.
Submissions should be made on or before November 30.
They can be made by contacting Moran here or via the postal address: Moran Inquiry c/o The Property Registration Authority, The Four Courts, Dublin 7 D07 T652.
This report is separate to an OCI review into ticketing arrangements at Rio 2016 which was postponed last month after Hickey threatened to seek an injunction preventing its completion.
Hickey "temporarily self-suspended" himself from all of his sporting positions following his arrest.
This also includes his Presidency of the European Olympic Committees and his position on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board.
IOC President Thomas Bach claims not to have spoken to him in recent weeks, although has expressed a hope that he can return to Ireland in order to receive medical treatment.
Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) President Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah has spoken to him, insidethegames understands, and it appears likely the situation will be discussed at the ANOC General Assembly here on Tuesday and Wednesday (November 15 and 16).