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Which State Employees do not have filing responsibilities under the Act

Posted By gaethics On May 12, 2011 @ 5:42 pm In State Employee Questions | No Comments

Which State Employees do NOT have filing responsibilities under the Act?

The Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Act ONLY contains filing requirements for:

  • Executive heads of state agencies, whether elected or appointed
  • Executive Directors and members of state boards, commissions, councils and authorities
  • Those public officials or employee who transact business with the state or any state agency (whether for him/herself, on behalf of any business, or any business in which such he/she or any family member has a substantial interest)

No other State Employees have filing requirements with the Commission under the Act. HOWEVER, it should be noted that the Act is not the only statute that may contain disclosure requirements in the Georgia Code. This is not a comprehensive listing of ALL employee responsibilities under Georgia law and additional information may be found with your agency human resource section or the Office of the Attorney General.

 

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