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The rules we follow

Code of Practice

The Commissioners have adopted a voluntary Code of Conduct the Code includes the following:
Public Service Values
relationship with government departments
role of the Chairman
corporate and individual responsibilities of Commissioners
personal liabilities and conflicts of interest
delegation and strategic planning/control
openness and accountability for public funds
annual reporting and accounts
the role of the Chief Executive
the Commission as employer
Standing Orders
The Standing Orders of the Commission and its committees and panels are a guide which give procedural advice on how formal meetings are arranged and organised. 

Scheme of Delegation

The Scheme of Delegations gives guidance from the Commission to staff on matters that should be reported to the Commission, its Advisory Committees and Panels as well. It also sets out what matters Commission must authorise and what decisions and actions are delegated to staff. 

Terms of Reference

The Commission has established a series of non-executive advisory panels which offer expert advice to staff and Commission on various aspects of Iraq Heritage\'s work. The Terms of Reference set out in broad terms what each of these bodies do.

Declarations of Interest

All members of the Commission and Committees are required to provide written declarations of interest. In addition, at each meeting the Chairman invites those present to make a declaration in respect of any issues on the agenda in which they have an interest. The Commission’s Audit Committee reviews all declarations of interest twice a year.

The Register of Commissioners\' interests is open to the public and may be consulted by contacting us.

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