Ethics Liaison and Compliance Officers
As the Ethics Liaison or Compliance Officer for your agency your role is to work with the Office of State Ethics, to coordinate and facilitate the development of ethics policies for your agency; to provide access to education and training; to update and maintain the Statement of Financial Interests filers list and to foster communication between the Office of State Ethics and your agency employees.
Agency Ethics Liaisons
Agency Ethics Guide: Ethics Liaisons and Compliance Officers
List of Ethics Liaisons and Compliance Officers
Duties and Responsibilities
Section 1-101rr of the Connecticut General Statutes
Documentation from Governor Lamont’s Office to Agency Ethics Liaisons
Before accepting employment with the state, individuals must be made aware of the Code of Ethics for Public Officials and State Employees, so that they will understand their general ethical duties as a state employee or public official. Therefore, during the interview process, each person must be given a summary of the State Code of Ethics and an ethics statement by the hiring agency. Furthermore, each new employee must also sign a statement acknowledging receipt of such summary, and agree to comply with the requirements of the state ethics laws. Provided below is the letter from Governor Lamont that should be provided to each potential employee, the Public Officials and State Employees Guide to the Code of Ethics and a receipt acknowledgement form.
Public Officials and State Employees Guide to the Code of Ethics
Receipt of Code of Ethics Acknowledgement Form
- Education and Training
- SFI System Log-In
- How to Maintain SFI Users Guide
- Advisory Opinions
- Enforcement Actions
- Plain-language Guides
- Lobbyist Filing System Log-In
2020 Agency Results
2020 Statements of Financial Interests - Agency Results
Congratulations! On May 3, 2021, 99% of the required filers were in compliance with the filing deadline and filed electronically. This year 82% of our Agencies, Offices, Commissions and Quasi-Public Agencies achieved 100% timely compliance. Fifty-five agencies or 86% of those agencies earned the distinction of not only achieving 100% timely compliance but also had 100% submit filings electronically.