The County Ethics Law requires certain County employees and those serving on County boards, committees, commissions, and outside agencies to file financial disclosure statements. The Ethics Law and a supplementing Executive Regulation and Council Resolution specify, by employment position, who must file a financial disclosure form and whether their disclosure is public, limited public, or confidential. The statements are identical; however, the public disclosure forms may be viewed by the general public whereas confidential forms may be reviewed only by authorized government personnel. Specific persons are required to file a confidential disclosure form in which a limited portion of information will be disclosed publicly.
Below is a link to a tutorial for new County employees who must file an initial financial disclosure, a link to Frequently Asked Questions, and a link to the financial disclosure form itself.