Candidates for the Office of President of the United States file public financial disclosure reports with the Federal Election Commission (FEC). The FEC forwards those reports to OGE for review and certification. Reports that OGE has certified are now available on our website.
The Ethics in Government Act requires each agency to submit an annual report regarding its government ethics operations. We have posted these reports, with a summary of key statistics about the executive branch ethics program, on OGE’s website.
OGE Publishes Annual Summary of Ethics Prosecutions
OGE’s Director and General Counsel Present at DOJ’s Ethics Advisors’ Conference
OGE Publishes Updated Compilation of Federal Ethics Laws
Agencies’ annual Public Financial Disclosure reports that were submitted pursuant to a 45-day extension should be certified by the agency.
Public Financial Disclosure reports of PAS, DAEO, and other persons whose reports were granted 45-day extensions and are required to be forwarded to OGE for review and certification.
Late Filing fee for annual Public Financial Disclosure filers who did not submit their reports but were granted second 45-day filing extensions.
LA-15-10: 2014 Conflict of Interest Prosecution Survey
LA-15-09: Diversified and Sector Real Estate Funds (Exemption under 5 C.F.R. § 2640.201)
LA-15-08: Annual Update of 18 U.S.C. § 207(c) Component Designations