Boards & Commissions
The Public Ethics Law governs boards and commissions created by statute, regulation or Executive Order having the force of law, referred to in the Law as “executive units.” The Public Ethics Law does not govern boards, commissions and other similar bodies created by legislative resolution, executive letter, simple Executive Order or some other informal means. The Ethics Commission reviews all newly-created boards and commissions to determine if they meet the definition of executive unit.
Public Ethics Law Summary – for Board and Commission Members
Prospective Board and Commission Appointees – Special Informational Memo
Liquor Control Boards & Boards of License Commissioners – Additional Information for Board Members and Employees