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.
OGE and agency Inspectors General work together to ensure that the American public can have confidence in the integrity of its government.
OGE’s Director and General Counsel Present at DOJ’s Ethics Advisors’ Conference
OGE Publishes Updated Compilation of Federal Ethics Laws
OGE Director Participates in Roundtable and Workshop at the London School of Economics
OGE’s Program Counsel Presents at Anti-Corruption Symposium in Hong Kong
Late filing fee applies to annual Public Financial Disclosure filers who were granted 45-day filing extensions.
All Public Financial Disclosure reports
Agencies’ annual Public Financial Disclosure reports that were submitted pursuant to a 45-day extension should be certified by the agency.
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
LA-15-07: Legislative Activity of the 113th Congress Affecting the Executive Branch Ethics Program