Philadelphia Board of Ethics
1515 Arch Street
The Philadelphia Board of Ethics is an independent City agency charged with administering, enforcing, and providing advice and training on Philadelphia’s ethics, campaign finance, and lobbying laws. These public integrity laws include standards of conduct for City employees, financial disclosure, restrictions on political activities, campaign contribution limits, and lobbying registration and reporting requirements. The five-member volunteer board, which is appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by City Council, was established by a May 2006 amendment to the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter and has been in operation since November 2006.
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