Type: Special rulemaking
Status: Approved and filed with Secretary of State February 1, 2023. Effective March 3, 2023.
California law requires all state and local government agencies to establish and follow a Conflict of Interest Code. These codes require agency officials who routinely participate in decisions to publicly disclose personal financial information. They designate:
DCC is proposing to adopt a Conflict of Interest Code.
The Political Reform Act prohibits public officials and employees from using their official positions to influence governmental decisions in which they have financial interests. A Conflict of Interest Code helps identify and disclose potential conflicts of interest. Learn more about the Political Reform Act on the Fair Political Practices Commission’s website.
Approved Conflict of Interest Code
Filed February 1, 2023
Initial notice and proposal
January 28, 2022