1. Where an AI system is based on a general purpose AI model and the model and the system are developed by the same provider, the AI office shall have powers to monitor and supervise compliance of this AI system with the obligations of this Regulation. To carry monitoring and supervision tasks the AI Office shall have all the powers of a market surveillance authority within the meaning of the Regulation 2019/1020.
2. Where the relevant market surveillance authorities have sufficient reasons to consider that general purpose AI systems that can be used directly by deployers for at least one purpose that is classified as high-risk pursuant to this Regulation, is non-compliant with the requirements laid down in this Regulation, it shall cooperate with the AI Office to carry out evaluation of compliance and inform the Board and other market surveillance authorities accordingly.
3. When a national market surveillance authority is unable to conclude its investigation on the high-risk AI system because of its inability to access certain information related to the AI model despite having made all appropriate efforts to obtain that information, it may submit a reasoned request to the AI Office where access to this information can be enforced. In this case the AI Office shall supply to the applicant authority without delay, and in any event within 30 days, any information that the AI Office considers to be relevant in order to establish whether a high-risk AI system is non-compliant. National market authorities shall safeguard the confidentiality of the information they obtain in accordance with the Article 70. The procedure provided in Chapter VI of the Regulation (EU) 1020/2019 shall apply by analogy.