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Conflict of Interest Code
Under the California Political Reform Act (Gov. Code § 81000), designated elected and appointed public officials are required disclose assets and income that may be materially affected by their official actions.
As required by the Act, government agencies must adopt a Conflict of Interest Code to regulate who within their agency is required to file statements of economic interests, and what types of financial interests they must disclose. Disclosure is determined based on the position’s level of decision-making.
City of Davis Conflict of Interest Code (adopted 01/24/17)
Statement of Economic Interest (Form 700)
Certain employees and public officials must disclose their personal financial information on a Statement of Economic Interests Form 700, as designated in the Political Reform Act (Gov. Code § 87200) or the City of Davis Conflict of Interest Code. The intent of the Form 700 is to ensure that decision makers are not using their authority to affect personal financial interests.
Filing / Viewing Form 700s
The City Clerk’s Office collects and maintains Form 700s, as well as provides public access to them. These forms are filed on an annual basis, and upon assuming or leaving office. Filings are available to review online via a public portal:
City of Davis DisclosureDocs Access (Public Portal)
City of Davis eDisclosure System (For Filers)
Form 806 - Public Official Appointments
The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) requires each agency to post Form 806 (pursuant to FPPC Regulation 18705.5). Form 806 reports additional compensation that officials receive when appointing themselves to positions on other boards, commissions or committees of a public agency, special district, and joint power agency/authorities.
Campaign Disclosure Statements
The Political Reform Act (Gov. Code § 84100) also requires the filing of Campaign Disclosure Statements by local candidates for elective office and committees supporting or opposing local candidates or ballot measures. Additional campaign committee formation and disclosure requirements are also outlined in Chapter 12 (Elections) of the Davis Municipal Code. Statements are available for viewing/copying at the City Clerk’s Office during regular business hours, or may be requested via email at email@example.com.
A public portal to review campaign disclosure statements will be available soon!
Additional information related to the Political Reform Act, Form 700, and/or campaign disclosure can be found via the California Fair Political Practices Commission.