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The University Ethics and Compliance Office will support administration of the System and its universities in fulfilling their missions in an environment based on ethical conduct and compliance with applicable laws, rules, and guidance. The University Ethics and Compliance Office is the designated liaison to receive and, as necessary, coordinate and/or refer the investigation of fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement, misconduct, or other violations of applicable laws, rules or guidelines.

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Everyone supports the University’s zero tolerance for fraud, but do you know how to recognize the different types of fraud? Do you know how to report it? Watch our new animated video -- Looking Out For Fraud --  it takes less than 5 minutes. Want to learn more, check out the University’s new fraud awareness webpage at https://www.obfs.uillinois.edu/bfpp/fraud-prevention-awareness. Don’t forget to share this information with your unit -- fraud awareness is a team effort.

 

The Statement of Economic Interests must be post-marked to the Secretary of State by today, May 1, 2018, to avoid late fees. 

The fines associated with late filing of the Statement of Economic Interests form with the Office of the Secretary of State are as follows:

May 2nd - 15th A flat $15 fine will be assessed to all late filers by the Secretary of State.

May 16th through filing A rate of $100/day, in addition to the flat $15 filing penalty, will be assessed until the completed form is received by the Office of the Secretary of State.

ALL COMPLETED STATEMENT OF ECONOMIC INTERESTS FORMS MUST BE MAILED DIRECTLY TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE.

The Supplemental Statement of Interests forms are due to the Executive Ethics Commission May 1, 2018.  There are no financial penalties associated with failure to file this form as there are with the Statement of Economic Interests.