It is time for all Directors, Alternates and other filing officials to complete the California Fair Political Practices Commission's (FPPC) Statement of Economic Interests for Designated Officials and Employees, Form 700. In accordance with the FPPC's Conflict of Interest Code, you occupy a "designated position" for the California Joint Powers Risk Management Authority (CJPRMA) and are required to file this form. The FPPC requires that these forms be completed and returned to our office by April 2, 2013.
Below, please find links to the interactive Form 700 that can be completed on-line, then printed, signed and mailed to the CJPMRA office. You will also find the CJPRMA Conflict of Interest Code, CJPRMA County and Member Roster, Your Duty to File - an FPPC Fact Sheet, and other helpful information from the FPPC. If you would prefer to receive these forms on paper, please contact the CJPRMA office.
The geographic limits of CJPRMA exceed those of any of our members, so the Form 700 that you filed with your own agency will not be sufficient to meet FPPC requirements. The office jurisdiction of CJPRMA is multi-county, encompassing the 19 counties on the roster. You are required to report investments, sources of income, and interests in real property that are located in or do business within CJPRMA's jurisdiction.
CJPRMA County and Member Roster
The geographic limits of CJPRMA exceed those of any of our members, so the Form 700 that you filed with your own agency will not be sufficient to meet FPPC requirements.
2012-2013 Form 700 Statement of Economic Interest Reference Pamphlet
Includes information on who must file, types of statements, when and where to file, and terms and definitions found in the Form 700. (FPPC Publication)
Your Duty to File - FPPC Fact Sheet
“A Basic Overview of State Economic Disclosure Law and Reporting Requirements for Public Officials” (FPPC Publication)
Frequently Asked Questions: Gift Disclosures
“A Fact Sheet for Local Elected Officers, Candidates for Local Elective Offices, Judicial Candidates, Officials and Employees of Local Government Agencies” (FPPC Publication)
“The guidelines provided in the following document apply to individuals whose Form 700 is forwarded to the FPPC. These statements include, but are not limited to, certain state and local elected officials, judges, high level state employees, and certain employees for the assembly and senate. Failure to file a statement will result in a referral to the FPPC Enforcement Division. A penalty of up to $5,000 may be imposed. File on time!”