The purpose of financial disclosure is to alert public officials to personal interests that might be affected while they are performing their official duties, i.e., making governmental decisions. Disclosure also helps inform the public about potential conflicts of interest.
Public officials at every level of state and local government must disclose their personal financial interests. Elected officials, judges, and high-ranking appointed officials generally have the most comprehensive disclosure requirements. (Gov. Code Section 87200.) These include disclosure of:
View the Form 700 for Public Officials. (Gov. Code Section 87505.)The link to the Fair Political Practices Commission's internet website is www.fppc.ca.gov. Statements of economic interests for some state and local government agency elected officers may be available in electronic format of the Commission's Internet Web site listed above.
Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) requires each agency to post a single Form 806 (FPPC Regulation 18705.5 amended 03.2012). Form 806 reports additional compensation that officials receive when appointing themselves to positions on other committees, boards or commissions of a public agency, special district, and joint power agency/authorities. Each agency must post a single Form 806 listing all paid appointed positions including the date appointed, length of term and stipend amount.
View the Form 806 for Public Officials.
Fair Political Practices Comission (FPPC) requires candidates, officeholders, and their controlled committees to report when $1000 or more is raised or spent or will raise or spend during a calendar year in relation with election to office or holding office.
View the Form 460 for Public Officials.
Fair Political Practices (FPPC) requires officeholders and candidates without a controlled committee to report when less than $1000 is spent or will spend during a calendar year in relation with election to office or holding office.
View the Form 470 for Public Officials.
On October 7, 2005, the Governor signed Assembly Bill No. 1234. AB 1234 requires that if a local agency provides any type of compensation, salary, or stipend to, or reimburses the expenses of a member of its "legislative body" (as that term is defined in California Government Code Section 54952), that local agency's officials must receive training in ethics.
View the Ethics Certificate for Public Officials.
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