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The 2009 Florida Statutes

Title X
PUBLIC OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, AND RECORDS
Chapter 112
PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES: GENERAL PROVISIONS
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Chapter 112, Part III, Florida Statutes 2009

PART III

CODE OF ETHICS FOR
PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES

112.311  Legislative intent and declaration of policy.

112.312  Definitions.

112.313  Standards of conduct for public officers, employees of agencies, and local government attorneys.

112.3135  Restriction on employment of relatives.

112.3136  Standards of conduct for officers and employees of entities serving as chief administrative officer of political subdivisions.

112.3143  Voting conflicts.

112.3144  Full and public disclosure of financial interests.

112.3145  Disclosure of financial interests and clients represented before agencies.

112.3146  Public records.

112.3147  Forms.

112.3148  Reporting and prohibited receipt of gifts by individuals filing full or limited public disclosure of financial interests and by procurement employees.

112.3149  Solicitation and disclosure of honoraria.

112.3151  Extensions of time for filing disclosure.

112.316  Construction.

112.317  Penalties.

112.3173  Felonies involving breach of public trust and other specified offenses by public officers and employees; forfeiture of retirement benefits.

112.3175  Remedies; contracts voidable.

112.3185  Additional standards for state agency employees.

112.3187  Adverse action against employee for disclosing information of specified nature prohibited; employee remedy and relief.

112.3188  Confidentiality of information given to the Chief Inspector General, internal auditors, inspectors general, local chief executive officers, or other appropriate local officials.

112.3189  Investigative procedures upon receipt of whistle-blower information from certain state employees.

112.31895  Investigative procedures in response to prohibited personnel actions.

112.31901  Investigatory records.

112.3191  Short title.

112.320  Commission on Ethics; purpose.

112.321  Membership, terms; travel expenses; staff.

112.3213  Legislative intent and purpose.

112.3215  Lobbying before the executive branch or the Constitution Revision Commission; registration and reporting; investigation by commission.

112.32151  Requirements for reinstitution of lobbyist registration after felony conviction.

112.32155  Electronic filing of compensation reports and other information.

112.3217  Contingency fees; prohibitions; penalties.

112.322  Duties and powers of commission.

112.3231  Time limitations.

112.3232  Compelled testimony.

112.324  Procedures on complaints of violations; public records and meeting exemptions.

112.3241  Judicial review.

112.326  Additional requirements by political subdivisions and agencies not prohibited.