The State Ethics Commission is an independent state agency that administers and enforces the provisions of the conflict of interest law and financial disclosure law.
Registrations are being accepted for the January 27th and March 24th in-house seminars
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Commission's office is closed to the public, and educational seminars are being offered via Zoom. Please contact David Giannotti at David.Giannotti@mass.gov to schedule a seminar for your agency or municipality or to inquire about the seminars.
Register for the January 27, 2022 seminar
Register for the March 24, 2022 seminar
State Ethics Commission issues reminder on use of public resources for political purposes
The Commission reminds state, county, and municipal employees that the conflict of interest law generally prohibits the use of public resources in connection with political campaigns or other private political activity.
Read the announcement
Who we serve
The State Ethics Commission serves the public by fostering integrity in government. The independent agency provides free advice to all public employees on the conflict of interest law, and civilly enforces this law. You can contact the Commission to obtain legal advice, file a complaint, obtain a statement of financial interest or conflict of interest law disclosure form, or complete statutory conflict of interest law requirements.