Council of Trustees Handbook

13 (1) Prescribe and publish rules and regulations to carry out the provisions of this chapter. (2) Prescribe forms for statements and reports required to be filed by this chapter and furnish such forms to persons required to file such statements and reports. (3) Prepare and publish guidelines setting forth recommended uniformmethods of accounting and reporting for use by persons required to file statements and reports by this chapter. (4) Accept and file any information voluntarily supplied that exceeds the requirements of this chapter. (5) Inspect statements of financial interests which have been filed in order to ascertain whether any reporting person has failed to file such a statement or has filed a deficient statement. If, upon inspection, it is determined that a reporting person has failed to file a statement of financial interests or that any statement which has been filed fails to conform with the requirements of section 1105 (relating to statement of financial interests), then the commission shall in writing notify the person. Such notice shall state in detail the deficiency and the penalties for failure to file or for filing a deficient statement of financial interests. (6) Provide that statements and reports filed with the commission be made available for public inspection and copying during regular office hours and provide that copying facilities be made available at a charge not to exceed actual cost and advise other State and local agencies of the provisions of this paragraph. (7) Compile and maintain an index of all reports and statements filed with the commission to facilitate public access to such reports and statements and instruct other State and local agencies which receive and file financial interest statements in the maintenance of systems which facilitate public access to such statements. (8) Prepare and publish annual summaries of statements and reports filed with the commission. (9) Preserve statements and reports filed with the commission for a period of five years from date of receipt and advise other State and local agencies which receive and store financial interest statements to preserve such statements for a period of five years from date of receipt. (10) Issue to any person upon such person's request or to the appointing authority or employer of that person upon the request of such appointing

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