To comply with the reform act, the city should continue to ensure that all city executives file statements of economic interests, as its conflict code requires.
As of April 2013, all City employees, including executives, consultants filling designated positions, and all ten other consultants determined by the City Administrator to perform a range of duties requiring disclosure under the City's Conflict of Interest Code, have filed their required Statements of Economic Interests (Form 700s) for calendar year 2012.
According to the city's tracking document, it has ensured that all city employees and consultants required to file statements of economic interests have done so.
The acting city clerk will continue with the administration and enforcement of the city's conflict of interest codes in accordance with the Fair Political Practices Commission's biennial review schedule.
The city did not address this recommendation in its August 2012 response. (See 2013-406, p. 195)
Agency responses received after June 2013 are posted verbatim.