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Statements of Incompatible Activities

On October 8, 2008, all officers and employees of the City will be subject to the provisions of their department, board or commission’s Statement of Incompatible Activities (SIA).  The SIA identifies activities that are deemed incompatible with your duties as a City officer or employee.  Please take time to review your SIA completely. 

You may obtain a paper or electronic copy of the SIA that governs you from your department head.  The SIA is also posted on your department’s website, if your department has a website.  In addition, the SIAs of all departments, boards and commission are posted below. 

The Ethics Commission will provide training on the SIA.  If you have questions on the SIA or training opportunities, please contact your department’s human resources representative. 

Memo Regarding SIAs

Department Specific Statement of Incompatible Activities (SIAs)

Pertinent Forms for the SIAs

DBI/Planning SIA Disclosure

Under the Statements of Incompatible Activities for the Department of Building Inspection (“DBI”) and Building Inspection Commission, and the Planning Department (“Planning”) and Planning Commission, all officers (except those on the Access Appeals Commission, the Board of Examiners or the Unreinforced Masonry Building Appeals Board) must disclose all permit applications and other matters pertaining to their official business before the DBI or Planning to the Ethics Commission within 15 days of such application or action.  Officers who sit on the Access Appeals Commission (“AAC”), the Board of Examiners (“BOE”) or the Unreinforced Masonry Building Appeals Board (“UMBAB”) must disclose such information within 15 days of the end of each quarter, or at the end of September, December, March and June.  All officers must also disclose, within the same time schedules listed above, all permit applications and other matters pertaining to their official business before the DBI or Planning submitted by secondary parties such as their clients, limited liability companies, partnerships, limited partnerships corporations or any other entity in which the officer has an ownership or controlling interest of at least ten percent or from which the officer has received income exceeding $500 in the past 12 months.