Louisiana Administrative Code
Title 52 - ETHICS
Part I - Board of Ethics
Chapter 19 - Legislative Branch Lobbyist Disclosure Act
Section I-1912 - Notice to Persons Attempting to Do Business with Retirement Systems

Universal Citation: LA Admin Code I-1912

Current through Register Vol. 49, No. 12, December 20, 2023

A. The chairman of the board of trustees of each state or statewide public retirement system shall provide a written notice to every person whom the chairman knows, or reasonably should know, has or is seeking to obtain a contractual or other business or financial relationship with his system, which shall include the following information:

1. the need to file disclosure statements pursuant to R.S. 42:1114.2 and a form to file the statement;

2. the gift restrictions in the Code of Governmental Ethics set out at R.S. 42:1115; and

3. the requirements of registration and disclosure pursuant to the Executive Branch Lobbying Law, R.S. 49:71 through 78.

B. By December 15 of each year, the board shall provide a sample notice to the chairman of each state or statewide public retirement system to assist the chairman in his responsibility.

C. Within 15 days of the chairman's dissemination of the notice required in Subpart A, he shall provide to the board a copy of the notice distributed, as well as the name and address of each person to whom the notice was sent.

Promulgated by the Department of Civil Service, Board of Ethics, LR 30:2688 (December 2004).

AUTHORITY NOTE: Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 42:1134(A).

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