making local government more ethical

COLORADO

In 2006, Colorado voters approved a constitutional amendment creating an ethics commission. The ethics commission became operational in 2007.

Jane T. Feldman
Executive Director
Independent Ethics Commission
633 17th Street, 13th floor
Denver, CO 80202
http://www.colorado.gov/ethicscommission

jane.feldman@state.co.us

Telephone : 303.866.5727
Fax: 303.866.3777

COGEL Members:


Jane Feldman, Colorado Independent Ethics Commission (see above)

Michael Henry
Staff Director, Denver Board of Ethics
Denver, CO 80202
Telephone: (720) 865-8412
Email: michael.henry@ci.denver.co.us

Peggy Kerns
Director, Center for Ethics in Government
Denver, CO 80202
Telephone: (303) 856-8412
Email: peggy.kerns@ncsl.org

Largest City and County:

Denver
The is a five-member board appointed by the mayor to review potential conflicts of interest in the dealings of city employees and officials and to render advisory opinions. Denver Code of Ethics provides the framework for dealing with questions of ethics.

chantal2013 (not verified) says:

Approval is very important before something has to happen. - Kris Krohn

Sajid Khalil (not verified) says:

In the year 2006, Colorado voters approved a constitutional amendment creating an ethics commission. The ethics commission became operational in 2007.

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