Statements of Economic Interests - Filings
About the Statement of Economic Interests
The Political Reform Act (Gov. Code sections 8100091014) requires most state and local government officials and employees to publicly disclose their personal assets and income. They also must disqualify themselves from participating in decisions which may affect their personal economic interests.
View Statement of Economic Interests Filings
Statements of Economic Interests are public documents. Any member of the public may inspect and copy any statement. Statement of Economic Interests forms are filed and recorded in a database viewable on the Ethics Commission web site. Filings accessed over the Internet have content redacted from the forms. Unredacted filings may be viewed using computers in the Ethics Commission's office during regular business hours from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
SEI Filers With Unpaid Late Filing Fees
The Statement of Economic Interests (SEI) filers listed in the table linked below have not paid their late filing fees. The filers have not responded to a direct written or a verbal notice to their Commission regarding late filing fees. Filers posted to this list for not paying late filing fees are removed from this list after paying their late fees or four (4) years have elapsed since the Executive Director’s final determination of the late fees (i.e., the date the late fees are assessed or the date the Executive Director makes a determination in response to a request for waiver, if any).
The filers listed in the table linked below did not file the Statement of Economic Interests (Form 700) and have been late by at least 60 days, have been notified twice in writing, and have been referred to the FPPC for possible enforcement.