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No public official at any level of state or local government shall make, participate in making or in any way attempt to use his official position to influence a governmental decision in which he knows or has reason to know he has a financial interest.
What is the Form 700? The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) of the State of California requires designated individuals to disclose their economic interests within their jurisdiction by filing a Statement of Economic Interests (SEI), also known as the Form 700. The Form 700 is used to determine what, if any, conflicts of interest the filer may have. Once filed, the form becomes a public document.
How do I file Form 700? Filers are encouraged to file the Form 700 electronically using the City's e-filing vendor, NetFile. Log in at https://netfile.com/filer.
If you prefer to file a paper form, the form and instructions are available at the FPPC's Form 700 page. "Wet" (original) signatures are required on paper forms. Please mail or hand-deliver to the City Clerk's Office at 580 Pacific St., Monterey, CA 93940. If hand-delivering, please use the secure drop-box located directly outside the Council Chamber.
Instructions are included for each page of both the NetFile electronic form and the FPPC PDF.
What must be disclosed?On the various schedules, designated filers must report all economic interests within the jurisdiction of the City of Monterey at the level required for the individual's disclosure category. The Conflict of Interest Code, Exhibit A, lists positions and designates the disclosure category for each.
Why do consultants need to file the Form 700?The City of Monterey's Conflict of Interest Code, as adopted by City Council most recently via Resolution 20-140 C.S., defines and designates the individuals required to file the Form 700. Consultants are categorized as Disclosure Category 1, as outlined in Exhibit A of the Conflict of Interest Code: "An appointed board, committee, or commission member, or a designated City
or consultant in this category must report all investments, business positions, interests in
real property, and sources of income, including gifts, loans, and travel payments from third parties
(not the City) within the City of Monterey's jurisdiction." Ma
ny consultant contracts with the City explicitly require filing the Form 700.