Conflict of Interest

California’s Political Reform Act of 1974 (“the Act”) (Gov. Code §§81000, et seq.) is based on the premise that public employees should perform their duties in an impartial manner, free from bias caused by their own financial interest. The Act requires all state agencies to adopt and promulgate a Conflict of Interest Code (“the Code”). As a state agency, the University of California is subject to the Act’s requirements. In compliance with the Act, the University adopted a Conflict of Interest Code (“University Code”) with an effective date of April 1, 1980. The University’s Code is updated annually, and the University’s designated officials’ Statements of Economic Interests (“Form 700”) are filed in accordance with the current University Code.

Information regarding the University’s Conflict of Interest Code is located at:

To obtain a copy of an annual Form 700 (Statement of Economic Interests), please send your request to

Please direct your questions concerning the Code to email: , Conflict of Interest Coordinator, UC Legal Office of the General Counsel.

For additional information regarding Conflict of Interest policies in the research context, see:

(UCLA Policies 925, 925.1, 925.2, and 925.3) and

Last Updated: October 23, 2023