To help ensure that individuals designated by the Health Care System as needing to file statements of economic interests do so, the Health Care System should amend its conflict-of-interest policy to specify penalties for failure to file.
The Health Care System amended its conflict-of-interest policy to specify that individuals submitting their statements late are subject to progressive discipline and a fine of $10 per day that the statements are late, up to a maximum fine of $100. In addition, the policy states that designated filers whose statements are not received within 30 days of their due dates will be referred to the Fair Political Practices Commission for noncompliance enforcement proceedings. (See 2013-406, p. 85)
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