From the FPPC Website: "Every elected official and public employee who makes or influences governmental decisions is required to submit a Statement of Economic Interest, also known as the Form 700. The Form 700 provides transparency and ensures accountability in two ways: 1. It provides necessary information to the public about an official's personal financial interests to ensure that officials are making decisions in the best interest of the public and not enhancing their personal finances.
2. It serves as a reminder to the public official of potential conflicts of interest so the official can abstain from making or participating in governmental decisions that are deemed conflicts of interest."
You can also see a copy of the blank form on that page.
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Form 801 Filing Information - Gifts and Bequests to the County
The State of California's Fair Political Practices Commission instituted a regulation defining how a public agency may distribute event tickets and passes for a public purpose.
In order to fully implement the requirements of the new regulation, the County issued an Administrative Bulletin effective January 1, 2014, that provides guidelines. The policy acknowledges the obligation imposed by the new regulation that the County post certain information on the County website regarding the distribution of tickets.