Ethics: Statements of Financial Interests Reports

Statements of Financial Interests Reports

Certain public officials and state employees are required to file statements of financial interests (SFI), in accordance with Conn. Gen. Stat. 1-83.  Such SFI shall be filed on or before May 1st in any year in which the individual holds such position.

The following individuals are required by Conn. Gen. Stat. 1-83 to file SFIs:  all state-wide elected public officials, members of the General Assembly, department heads and their deputies, members or directors of quasi-public agencies, members of the Gaming Policy Board, the executive director of the Division of Special Revenue within the Department of Revenue Services, members of the Investment Advisory Council, state marshals, and such members of the Executive Department and employees of quasi-public agencies as the Governor shall require.


SFIs filed pursuant to Conn. Gen. Stat. 1-83 are public information, except for certain information regarding certain creditors of the individual.  See Conn. Gen. Stat. 1-83(2)(c).

Electronic Filing of SFIs

Electronic filing of SFIs may be available through this website.  Information concerning the filing procedure will be posted when it becomes available.

Frequently Asked Questions

Content Last Modified on 9/28/2005 12:25:53 PM