The District is also required to post Conflict of Interest statements received from an officer of the District. A local government officer shall file the required conflicts disclosure statement, as adopted by the Texas Ethics Commission, with respect to an applicable vendor if the vendor enters into a contract with the District or the District is considering entering into a contract with the vendor; and the vendor:
- has an employment or other business relationship with the local government officer or a family member of the officer that results in the officer or family member receiving taxable income, other than investment income, that exceeds $2,500 during the 12-month period preceding the date that the officer becomes aware that a contract has been executed or the District is considering entering into a contract with the person, or;
- has given to the local government officer or an immediate family member of the officer a gift valued at more than the nominal value amount of $100 or less.
Statements must be filed within 7 business days after the officer becomes aware a conflict of interest exists.
Officers are reminded that this form is only required to be submitted if an actual conflict exists.