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Public Integrity Commission

Administering and implementing Delaware's code of conduct for the executive branch.





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Lobbyist Frequently Asked Questions

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Financial Disclosure Frequently Asked Questions

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Code of Conduct Frequently Asked Questions

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Ethics Bulletin 010: Gift Reporting By Public Officers & Lobbyists

TO: Elected State Officials/Cabinet Secretaries/Division Directors/ Other “Public Officers” and Registered Lobbyists FROM: State Public Integrity Commission DATE: March 31, 2003 SUBJ:Ethics Bulletin 010 – Gift Reporting by Public Officers & Lobbyists During the recent financial disclosure reporting period, a number of public officers asked how to properly report: (1) gifts from lobbyists who split […]

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Ethics Bulletin 009: Dual Positions In Government – Double Dipping

TO: Elected State Officials/Cabinet Secretaries/School Districts FROM: State Public Integrity Commission DATE: March 8, 2002 SUBJ: Ethics Bulletin 009 – Dual Positions in Government – “Double Dipping” Attached is 29 Del. C., Subchapter 3. Under that law, any person employed by the State, or any political subdivision thereof, who also serves in an elected or […]

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Ethics Bulletin 008: Financial Disclosure and the Code of Conduct

TO: Cabinet Secretaries Division Directors, and their Equivalents in the Executive Branch FROM: State Public Integrity Commission DATE: February 18, 1999 SUBJECT: Ethics Bulletin 008 – Financial Disclosure and the Code of Conduct The State Public Integrity Commission recently received an inquiry from a Senior Executive Branch official who said that he and other such […]

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Ethics Bulletin 006: Applicability of Financial Disclosure Reporting

TO:Cabinet Secretaries FROM: State Public Integrity Commission DATE: June 2, 1997 SUBJECT: Ethics Bulletin 006 – Applicability of Financial Disclosure Reporting and the Code of Conduct Statutes to Persons Appointed to Boards and Commissions The State Public Integrity Commission was recently asked if persons appointed to State Boards and Commissions are required to file annual […]

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Ethics Bulletin 005: Amendment to Procurement Law Regarding Acceptance of Gifts

TO: Cabinet Secretaries Division of Purchasing FROM: State Public Integrity Commission DATE: March 19, 1997 SUBJECT:Ethics Bulletin 005 – Amendment to Procurement Law Regarding Acceptance of Gifts In Ethics Bulletin 004, the Commission sought to alert you to a change in the procurement law which provided that: “Agency employees and representatives shall neither seek nor […]

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Ethics Bulletin 004: Gifts

TO: Cabinet Secretaries/State Procurement Officers FROM: State Public Integrity Commission DATE: August 8, 1996 SUBJECT: Ethics Bulletin 004 – Gifts The State Public Integrity Commission alerts you to a provision of the recently passed procurement law dealing with gifts. The new procurement law (Senate Substitute 2 to S.B. 223, as amended by Senate Amendments 1 […]

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Ethics Bulletin 003: Public Notice & Bidding

TO: Cabinet Secretaries/State Procurement Officers FROM: State Public Integrity Commission DATE: January 29, 1996 SUBJECT: Ethics Bulletin 003 – Public Notice and Bidding The State Public Integrity Commission recently received an inquiry seeking a determination of the effect of the State Code of Conduct provisions concerning public notice and bidding as it relates to the […]

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