Conflict of Interest Disclosure
Chapter 176 of the Texas Local Government Code requires the filing of conflict of interest questionnaires by certain individuals, organizations, and companies that do business with COAERS.
The questionnaires require disclosures describing certain family, business, employment, and gift giving relationships, if any, the filers may have with certain COAERS employees,certain COAERS consultants, the Board of Trustees and the Executive Director. For a list of these officers covered, please click here.
The law applies to:
- businesses, organizations, and individuals who contract with the City of Austin Employees' Retirement System,
- businesses, organizations, and individuals who seek to contract with the City of Austin Employees’ Retirement System, (regardless of whether a bidder is awarded the contract), and
- agents who, when dealing with the City of Austin Employees’ Retirement System, represent a business or individual that contracts or seeks to contract with the City of Austin Employees’ Retirement System.
Please click here for the Texas State Ethics Commission's website.
Please click here for a copy of COAERS Board Approved Policy C-3 Code of Ethics.
Please click here for a copy of the Vendor Conflict of Interest Questionnaire.
If you have questions about compliance, please consult your own legal counsel. Compliance is the individual responsibility of each individual, business, and agent who is subject to the law’s filing requirement.
Questionnaires may be submitted electronically via email to email@example.com
Click here for Conflict of Interest Questionnaires and Conflict Disclosure Statements filed with COAERS.