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Conflict of Interest

CONFLICT OF INTEREST
 
Both state law and board policy require school board trustees, the superintendent and any employee "who exercises discretion in the planning, recommending, selecting or contracting of a vendor" to make a timely disclosure of a conflict of interest. Similarly vendors are required to disclose any relationship with a trustee or an employee, which constitutes a conflict of interest.
 
Forms to disclose a conflict of interest are available from the Texas Ethics Commission. Employees should file a Form CIS with the Chief Financial Officer within seven days of learning of a conflict. Vendors should file Form CIQ with the Chief Financial Officer.
 
Employees can find more information on these disclosure requirements in Board Policy BBFA(Legal).
FILINGS BY EMPLOYEES
FILINGS BY VENDORS
FILINGS BY TRUSTEES