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- This report is filed by an agency when it receives a gift or bequest. The Governor also files the report when receiving a gift on behalf of the state. Internal tracking systems that accurately capture appropriate information may also be used in lieu of filing reports. By agreement among the Government Oversight Committees and the Board, reports filed with the Board are deemed to be sufficient to meet the statutory requirement that these reports also be filed with the Oversight Committees.See Iowa Code section 8.7.
Personal Financial Disclosure Report
- This report is filed by certain officials, state employees, and candidates for statewide office for the preceding calendar year to disclose primary sources of income and other financial holdings. The report must be filed no later than April 30 of the year following. Candidates for statewide office file the report on April 30 of the year in which the candidate appears on the ballot pursuant to Iowa Code Chapter 68B.35 and 68B.3(2), and rules in 351 – Chapter 7. Effective December 23, 2009, this report is required to be filed electronically. Click here.
Governor's Office Consent for Sales/Leases
- The Governor's office creates its own form to file with the Board. This report is filed when a full-time member of the Governor's Office obtains consent to sell or lease a good or service to a registered lobbyist or to an individual, association, or corporation that employs a registered lobbyist. The report must be filed with the Board within 20 days of consent being granted. See Iowa Code section 68B.4B and rule 351 – 6.12.
Regulatory Agency Consent for Sales/Leases
- Each regulatory agency creates its own consent form to file with the Board. This report is to be filed when an official or employee receives consent to sell or lease a good or service to individuals, associations, or corporations subject to the official's or employee's regulatory agency. The report must be filed with the Board within 20 days of consent being granted. See Iowa Code Section 68B.4 and rule 351 – 6.11.
- This report must be filed by the sponsor of a function held during the regular legislative session when all 150 legislators are invited. All state and local government personnel may attend the function and the $3.00 gift law does not apply. The report must be filed with the legislative branch within 28 days of the function. See Iowa Code section 68B.22(4)"s." This report must be filed electronically with the General Assembly and the General Assembly provides the Board with electronic notice of the filing. Click here.
- A sponsor of a qualified function must electronically file a preregistration 5 days before the function with the General Assembly and the General Assembly provides the Board with electronic notice of the filing. Click here.
- Pursuant to Iowa Code section 68B.2B, an official or employee accepting simultaneous employment with another executive branch agency shall file notice of the dual employment within 20 business days of accepting the second employment.
- Pursuant to Iowa Code section 68B.3 as amended by 2010 Iowa Acts, SF 2067, an official or employee, as part of private sector employment, cannot sell a good/service to a state agency in excess of $2,000 unless there was a competitive bid for the good/service and this form filed with the Board within 20 days of the sale.
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