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File #: 14-0078    Version: 1 Name: Government Ethics Act
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 10/1/2014 In control: Meeting of the Oakland City Council
On agenda: 12/9/2014 Final action: 12/9/2014
Title: Subject: Government Ethics Act From: Councilmember Dan Kalb And The Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A "Government Ethics Act" Ordinance (A) Adopting And Expanding Local Oversight Over Ethical Requirements Regarding Conflicts Of Interest, Revolving Door, Use Of City Resources For Private Gain, Gifts, City Officers Contracting With The City, And Other Ethics Issues; (B) Adopting And Expanding State Governmental Ethics Laws Applicable To Local Government Officials And Public Servants; (C) Granting The Public Ethics Commission Authority To Impose Penalties For Violations Of Certain Charter Provisions Including Sections 218 (Noninterference In Administrative Affairs) And 907 (Nepotism); (D) Requiring That The Public Ethics Commission Provide Training, Advice And Assistance Regarding Compliance With The Act; And (E) Authorizing The Commission To Impose Penalties And Fines For Violations [TITLE CHANGE]
Attachments: 1. View Report.pdf, 2. View Supplemental Report.pdf, 3. View Supplemental Report.pdf, 4. View Supplemental Report.pdf, 5. View Supplemental Report.pdf, 6. View Supplemental Report.pdf, 7. View Supplemental Report.pdf, 8. 13278 CMS.pdf
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Subject:      Government Ethics Act
From:            Councilmember Dan Kalb And The Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation:  Adopt A "Government Ethics Act" Ordinance (A) Adopting And Expanding Local Oversight Over Ethical Requirements Regarding Conflicts Of Interest, Revolving Door, Use Of City Resources For Private Gain, Gifts, City Officers Contracting With The City, And Other Ethics Issues; (B) Adopting And Expanding State Governmental Ethics Laws Applicable To Local Government Officials And Public Servants; (C) Granting The Public Ethics Commission Authority To Impose Penalties For Violations Of Certain Charter Provisions Including Sections 218 (Noninterference In Administrative Affairs) And 907 (Nepotism); (D) Requiring That The Public Ethics Commission Provide Training, Advice And Assistance Regarding Compliance With The Act; And (E) Authorizing The Commission To Impose Penalties And Fines For Violations [TITLE CHANGE]