Conflict of Interest

Conflict-of-Interest - Form 700 - Statement of Economic Interests

The Political Reform Act requires that certain officials and employees who serve in positions designatd in an agency's Conflict-of-Interest Code must file a Form 700 - State of Economic Interests.  The Code lists each position within the Agency filled by individuals who make or participate in making governmental decisions that could affect their personal economic interests.  Additionally, there are members of Boards, Commissions and Committees and Special Districts who are required to file a Form 700 - Statement of Economic Interests.

 Types of Statements

Assuming Office Statement:  If you are a newly appointed or are newly employed in a position designated in an agency's Conflict of Interest Code, you must file your Form 700 - Statement of Economic Interests within 30 days of assuming office with your official filing officer.  Your assuming office date is the date you were sworn in or otherwise authorized to serve in the position.

 Annual Statement:  The period covered is January 1 through December 31.  The deadline for filing the Annual Statements is April 1.  Statements postmarked by the filing deadline are considered filed on time.

 Leaving Office Statement:  The period covered is January 1 through the date you stopped performing the duties of your position, and must be filed within 30 days of leaving your position with your official filing officer.

The Form 700 - Statement of Economic Interests is available in an interactive version on the Fair Political Practices Commission website:

Tulare County Conflict of Interest Code

2020 Local Agency Biennial Forms

Special Districts Conflict of Interest Codes

Agency Report of Public Official Appointments

Agency Report of Public Official Appointments - FPPC Form 806

Title 2 of California Code of Regulations section 18705.5 permits a public official to make or participate in a decision on his or her appointment to a committee, board or commission of a public agency, special district, a joint powers agency or authority, or a metropolitan planning organization, that provides compensation to the official. Each agency must post on its website a single Form 806 which lists all the paid appointed positions. When there is a change in compensation or a new appointment is made, Form 806 is updated to reflect the change. 

The attached Form 806 lists the current , approved paid appointments for the Tulare County Board of Supervisors 

FPPC Form 806 Tulare County Board of Supervisors