Conflict Disclosure Requirements for Public Officials & Vendors
During the 2005 Legislative Session, H.B. 914 passed and became effective January 1, 2006 and requires that certain city officials file with the City Secretary a "Conflict Disclosure Statement" if they receive taxable income or certain gifts from any person or business that contracts with the city or is considering doing business with the city. The form must be filed within seven days of becoming aware of the conflict.
Information can also be obtained in the Office of the City Secretary.
Required Documentation for Filing
- Conflict Disclosure Statement Form and Instructions for Local Government Officers
- Conflict of Interest Questionnaire Form and Instructions for Vendors
- Texas Local Government Code, Chapter 176
Resolution number RS12-2006-86
Resolution number RS12-2006-86, passed by the City Council in December 2006, states that conflict disclosure statements shall be posted on the city’s website as soon as reasonably practicable after filing and shall remain available until either the city officer ceases to be an officer of the city or the vendor's contract has been terminated. If no contract is formed, it shall remain until the city determines that no contract will be formed.
Vendor Conflict Disclosure Statements
Local Government Officials Vendor Disclosure Statements