Ventura County Schools Self-Funding Authority's Conflict of Interest Code requires that each designated officer appointed to VCSSFA or VCSSFA employee shall file a Statement of Economic Interest (Form 700), disclosing that person's interests in investments, real property, and income designated as reportable under the category to which the person's position is assigned on Exhibits A and B of VCSSFA's code.
The filing of the Form 700 is applicable only to VCSSFA Board Representatives and Alternates of VCSSFA.
The County of Ventura, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, utilizes an Electronic Filing program, eDisclosure.
Using eDisclosure, filers will be able to complete and submit their Form 700 through a secured web-based application. The application will assist filers in the completion of the form to ensure that it is complete and accurate. In addition, filers will have the opportunity to submit their Assuming, Leaving and Annual Form 700 electronically.
Listed below is VCSSFA's Conflict of Interest Code as well as informational documents and reference pamphlets from the Fair Policitical Practices Commission (FPPC).
VCSSFA's Conflict of Interest Code Rev 2018
FAQ - Form 700 Disclosure
Limitations and Restrictions on Gifts, Honoraria, Travel and Loans
Guidelines for Waiving Late Fees
If you need assistance in determining your disclosure requirements, the FPPC is available to assist you with completing the Form 700. Information is available from their website www.fppca.ca.gov or you contact them directly at (866) 275-3772 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org