The anti-corruption commission formed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo will meet at the Javits Center in New York City next Monday to discuss campaign finance reform, the panel announced this afternoon.

The Moreland Commission to Investigate Public Corruption will hear testimony from the co-executive directors of the state Board of Elections as well as the executive director of the New York City Campaign Finance Board.

The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. and will be streamed online.

In addition good-government advocates from NYPIRG, the League of Women Voters and Citizens Union will appear.

It’s also worth nothing the commission will hear testimony from a Connecticut official who oversees the state’s public financing sytem.

The Moreland Commission is considering recommending a constitutional amendment that would create a system of publicly financed campaigns statewide. The move would come after Senate Republican rebuffed efforts in the Legislature earlier this year.

The commission is issuing subpoenas that target both the law firms of state legislators as well as housekeeping accounts for the state parties and legislative conferences.

The panel has come under some negative attention in recent weeks after reports surfaced that Gov. Andrew Cuomo had taken a strong hand in directing the commission’s work and that it had halted subpoenas to sensitive areas, such as the state Democratic Committee and the Real Estate Board of New York.

A Siena College poll today found most New Yorkers don’t have much of an opinion on the Moreland Commission, but voters want the panel to continue its anti-corruption work.