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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 Ethics 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.
CY 2018 SFI Filing Season Now Open
The Commission’s Statements of Financial Interests (SFI) electronic filing system is now open for filing of SFIs for calendar year (CY) 2018. An email with a User ID and a password, as well as a link to the Filer Module, was sent to each filer (appointed public employees and elected public officials) with an email address in the system. Read more here.
Annual Conflict of Interest Law Education Requirements
The State Ethics Commission reminds all public agencies and public employees that the annual conflict of interest law education requirements compliance period runs through April 5, 2019. All public agencies are required to distribute the summary of the conflict of interest law to all employees and collect the acknowledgments from all employees. In addition, all public employees must complete the conflict of interest law online training program and provide a completion certificate to their public employer.