Presenters: Richard Pio Roda and Jordyn Bishop, Meyers Nave
Overview of public service ethics issues necessary to satisfy the requirements of AB 1234. Covers general ethical principles relating to public service, including personal financial gain by public servants (bribery and conflict-of-interest laws); claiming prerequisites (“perks”) of office (gift and travel restrictions, use of public resources, gifts of public funds, and mass mailing restrictions); government transparency laws (financial interest disclosure requirements and open government laws); and fair processes (common law bias prohibitions, due process requirements, incompatible offices, competitive bidding requirements for public contracts, and disqualification from participating in decisions).
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Free CSDA Member
This course is eligible for SDRMA Credit Incentive Points.
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