Statement of Financial and Other Interests for County Employees and Elected Officials.
Who Files: All County elected officials and certain County employees must file a financial disclosure statement within two weeks of appointment and by April 15 of each year under the King County Code of Ethics. County elected officials may file a copy of his or her Washington State Public Disclosure Commission F-1 form with the Board of Ethics in lieu of this form.
Statement of Financial and Other Interests for Board and Commission Members. Who Files: Persons appointed by the executive or county council to serve on county boards, commissions, committees and other multimember bodies that are established by ordinance must file a financial disclosure statement within two weeks of nomination for appointment and by April 15 of each year under the King County Code of Ethics.
King County Consultant Disclosure Form. Who Files: Consultants entering into a contract to provide professional or technical services to the county costing in excess of the amount specified in K.C.C. 4.16.095 shall complete and file a consultant disclosure form. "Consultant" means a person (e.g., individual, partnership, association, corporation, firm, institution or other entity) who by experience, training and education has established a reputation or ability to provide professional or technical services on a discrete, nonrecurring basis over a limited and pre-established term as an independent contractor to the County.