The City's Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications, in consultation with the Department of Investigation and the Law Department, has developed an Acceptable Use Policy that sets forth permissible and impermissible uses of such City resources as computers, telephones, copiers, and email.
The Board issues Advisory Opinions to interpret the provisions of Chapter 68 as applied to an individual public servant seeking the Board’s advice.
Pursuant to Board Rules § 1-13(e)(1), public servants may be designated by their agency heads to perform work on behalf of not-for-profit corporations, associations, or other such entities that operate on a not-for-profit basis.
Annual Reports summarize the Board's work and accomplishments for each year.
Annual Disclosure Reports, in which certain New York City employees and elected officials provide information about their financial affairs and outside positions and interests are available upon request, pursuant to New York City Administrative Code § 12-110(e).
The complete text of all COIB Advisory Opinions and enforcement dispositions can be accessed in a searchable library of City agency decisions called CITYADMIN, hosted by the Center for New York City Law of the New York Law School.
Below are links for searchable summaries of every COIB enforcement disposition and a chart of every fine issued by the COIB for violations of the conflicts of interest law.
Pursuant to Board Rules § 1-07(d), a former City employee may be retained by their City agency as a consultant within one year of the termination of their City service with certain requirements and agency head approval.
Pursuant to Board Rules § 1-02, City agencies are required to submit to the Board by February 28th of each year lists of employees charged with substantial policy discretion. These employees are required to file Annual Disclosure Reports with the Board.
Pursuant to Charter § 2604(e), the Board issues waivers of the conflicts of interest provisions of Chapter 68 after it determines that the proposed conduct of a current or former public servant does not conflict with the purposes and interests of the City.