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State Board of Ethics
The State Ethics Board has jurisdiction under the State Ethics Act to evaluate the ethical conduct of executive branch state employees and public officers appointed by the Governor or other executive officials. Section 2 of the act defines unethical conduct as a violation of one of seven standards.
The board's rules provide a complaint process over conduct of covered employees or public officers in accordance with the standards on conflicts of interest in the act. The rules also allow appointing authorities and employees to request advisory opinions on potential conflicts with the standards of conduct. Information on filing complaints and requesting advisory opinions is available at rules 15.5 and 15.6, respectively, available through the link below.
State Board of Ethics Decisions and Advisory Opinions Database
March 2, 2023
Board meeting begin at 10:00 a.m. in the Capitol Commons Center, Lower Level
Ex Officio Members