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State Form 40876 (R10 / 7-06)
Each part must be answered. Incomplete statements will be returned. Please note that the statement must be affirmed and signed. Complete the form by printing legibly or typing. Bold italicized words in the form are defined below. Financial Disclosure Statements filed with the Office of the Inspector General are available for public inspection, photocopying, and possible access on the agency Web site [www.in.gov/ig].
1) The Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor of State, Treasurer of State, Attorney General, and State Superintendent of Public Instruction, any person who is the appointing authority of an agency, the director of each division of the Department of Administration, any purchasing agent within the Procurement Division of the Department of Administration, any agency employee, special state appointee, former agency employee, or former special state appointee with final purchasing authority or an employee required to do so by rule adopted by the Inspector General must file this financial disclosure form no later than February 1 of every year.
2) Candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor of State, Treasurer of State, Attorney General, and Superintendent of Public Instruction must file this disclosure before filing a declaration of candidacy under IC 3-8-2, petition of nomination under IC 3-8-6, or declaration of intent to be a write-in candidate under IC 3-8-2-2.5, or before a certificate of nomination is filed under IC 3-8-7-8.
3) The persons listed in (1) above, must file not later than sixty (60) days after employment or taking office, unless the previous employment or office required the filing of a statement under this section.
4) The same persons required to file in (1) above must file not later than thirty (30) days after leaving employment or office, unless the subsequent employment or office requires the filing of a statement under this section.
|1) "Business relationship" includes the following:|
(A) Dealings of a person with an agency seeking, obtaining, establishing, maintaining, or implementing:
(i) a pecuniary interest in a contract or purchase with the agency; or
(ii) a license or permit requiring the exercise of judgment or discretion by the agency.
(B) The relationship a lobbyist has with an agency.
(C) The relationship an unregistered lobbyist has with an agency.
2) "Employer" means any person from whom a state officer or employee or the officer's or employee's spouse received compensation (a customer or client of a self-employed individual in a sole proprietorship or a professional practice is not considered to be an employer).
3) "Gift" means the transfer or promise of a transfer of something of value regardless of the form without adequate and lawful consideration or consideration less than that required of others who are not state officers or employees, including the full or partial forgiveness of indebtedness, which is not extended to others who are not state employees on the same terms and conditions. However, "gift" does not include gifts from relatives of less than two hundred fifty dollars ($250) or campaign contributions subject to IC 3-9-2.
4) "Person" means any individual, proprietorship, partnership, unincorporated association, trust, business trust, group, limited liability company, or corporation, whether or not operated for profit, or a governmental agency or political subdivision.