(a) To receive and keep on record all declarations forwarded by persons in public life;
(b) To examine declarations and to request from a person in public life any information or further information relevant to a declaration made, which may assist the Commission in its examination;
(c) To make inquiries and carry out investigations as considered necessary in order to verify or determine the accuracy of a declaration filed under this Ordinance;
(d) To examine the practices and procedures of public bodies in order to facilitate the discovery of corrupt practices, except where there is a statutory duty on any person to perform that function;
(e) To instruct, advise and assist the management of public bodies of any change in practices or procedures which may be necessary to reduce the occurrence of corrupt acts, except where there is a statutory duty on any person to perform that function;
(f) To compile and maintain a Register of Interests.