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Statements of Economic Interest

Statements of Economic Interest

ORS 244.050 requires individuals holding certain public positions to file a Statement of Economic Interest (SEI) report with the Oregon Government Ethics Commission (Commission).  In general, persons who hold the following positions are required to file:
Certain statewide elected officials, legislative officials, judicial officers and candidates for the above-named positions.  Other required filers include elected city or county officials, members of city or county planning, zoning or development commissions, managers or principal administrators of a city or county, the chief administrative officer and financial officer of each common and union high school district, ESD and community college, members of the board of commissioners of ports, certain state agency directors, and members of certain boards and commissions.  See ORS 244.050 for a complete list of filers.
SEI filers are required to file an annual SEI report if they are seated and hold their position on April 15th of any given year.  The information to be reported reflects activity from the preceding calendar year; for instance, if seated on April 15th of 2020, the SEI report would include information relating to the 2019 calendar year.  This applies even if the person did not hold their position during the preceding calendar year.  
IMPORTANT NOTES:  SEI reports are due on or before April 15th of each year.  In mid-March of each year, an e-mail will issue from the Commisison's Electronic Filing System (EFS) to all persons required to file an SEI report, advising that the filing window is open.  The notification is sent based on information the Jurisdictional Contact and the SEI filer accounts provide.

There is no grace period or extension allowed if the 15th falls on a weekend or holiday. The EFS is available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.

Additional information, resources and training materials are available in the Training section of this website.

Click here to access the Electronic Filing System or to create an account, You may also use the E-Filing Login tab at the top of the page if you already have an account.

You may access historical filing records in the EFS beginning in 2016.  Information regarding earlier records can be found in the Public Records link here or in the tab at the top of the page.

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