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October 22, 2019

Executive Level Training

First, the Executive Ethics Board is offering an executive level training taught by Executive Director Kate Reynolds. This training is intended for agency heads, commissioners, presidents, vice presidents, and cabinet level leaders within the agency and/or educational institution. Part ethics training and part question and answer, the format is perfect as a meeting agenda item. If you would like to schedule this training, please contact Kate Reynolds at kate.reynolds@atg.wa.gov or by calling 360.586.6759.

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The Coalition for Integrity published their 2018 States With Anti-corruption Measures for Public Officials (S.W.A.M.P.) Index Report and Washington State ranks Number 1.

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The Board again discussed a request from the Office of the Attorney General to consider drafting an Advisory Opinion on the acceptable use of state resources for sharing external information with employees when the information is intended to advance cultural competence in the workplace and the practice of law. The question before them is whether or not it is permissible to use state resources, such as email and electronic bulletin boards, to notify employees of diversity events and trainings sponsored by outside organizations when there may be a fundraising component to the event.