Louisiana Administrative Code
Title 52 - ETHICS
Part I - Board of Ethics
Chapter 4 - Designated Duties of the Ethics Administrator
Section I-401 - Duties of the Ethics Administrator

Universal Citation: LA Admin Code I-401

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

A. The ethics administrator or his designee shall:

1. serve as general counsel to the board and shall provide general office management;

2. assume, carry out, and generally discharge those responsibilities incumbent upon the ethics administrator, as determined by class specifications published by the Department of Civil Service;

3. conduct educational activities and seminars regarding any law within the board's jurisdiction open to all public servants in all state and local agencies and persons who do business with such agencies;

4. provide information and material, in booklet form, by seminar or by other means, to any individual appointed to a public board or commission regarding the provisions of the Code of Governmental Ethics applicable to such appointed positions;

5. publish newsletters and information bulletins regarding any law within the board's jurisdiction;

6. provide oral information and training regarding campaign finance disclosure, lobbying, and ethics;

7. manage the computerized data management system for the collection and dissemination of any material or reports required to be filed with the board pursuant to any law within its jurisdiction.

Promulgated by the Department of Civil Service, Board of Ethics, LR 23:1290 (October 1997).

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

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