Ethics: Public State Reports

Public Official and State Employee Filings

Each year, approximately 2,700 elected officials and state employees must file a Statement of Financial Interests (SFI) with the OSE.


SFI filers must file because either they:


1.      Hold a position named by statute as one for which a Statement of Financial Interests (SFI)

         must be filed; or


2.      The head of their agency has designated their position as one for which a Statement of

         Financial Interests (SFI) must be filed. 


The agency head makes that determination based on the standard issued annually by the Governor.  This year, the Governor’s standard is as follows:


Governor Malloy has established a standard which requires “filing of Annual Statements of Financial Interests by all persons in the Executive Branch and Quasi-Public Agencies who exercise (i) significant policy-making, regulatory or contractual authority; (ii) significant decision-making and/or supervisory responsibility for the review and/or award of State contracts; or (iii) significant decision-making and/or supervisory responsibility over staff that monitor State contracts.”


These statements include information such as names of all associated business, income over $1,000 and a list of all real property as well as any creditors. (These examples are not exhaustive; refer to Conn. Gen. Stat. § 1-83 (b) for a complete list.)
SFIs that have been filed are available to the public under the Freedom of Information Act. Please read the OSE's Freedom of Information Act Protocol prior to submitting a request.
The SFIs serve two purposes. First, the financial disclosure provides a checklist or reminder to the official/employee to be mindful of potential conflicts of interest. Second, the statements serve as a tool to maximize public confidence in governmental decision making.
Public Officials and State Employees
Statements of Financial Interests (SFI)
Governor's Standard and Guidelines                                  
{Political Action Committees (PACs)}
SFI Filing System
{Political Action Committees (PACs)}

Log-In to File SFI



State Marshals
Annual Statement of Income
State Marshals must also file annual statements of income. 

Electronic Form

{Political Action Committees (PACs)}

Fillable Form - PDF Version

Blank Paper Form
{Political Action Committees (PACs)}
Print and Fill Form


 Competed forms are available to the public and can be accessed through a Freedom of  
 Information Act request.

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