Annual Filing and Training
Newly Appointed: CSU employees in designated positions are notified of their requirement to file and take training by the university's Conflict of Interest Officer. Employees must file a Statement of Economic Interests Conflict of Interest Form 700: Statement of Economic Interests (PDF) within 30 days of being appointed to a designated position.
Annual Filing: SJSU employees in designated positions are required to file a Conflict of Interest Form 700: Statement of Economic Interests (PDF) each April 1. The university’s Conflict of Interest Administrator is responsible for notifying all employees who must file.
Employees in a designated Conflict of Interest positions must complete ethics training within 6 months of assuming the designated position. Training is also required every two years thereafter. This is web based training and may be taken from any computer with Internet access. The Conflict of Interest Program Administrator is responsible for notifying employees of this training requirement. This training course is specifically designed for CSU employees and is required by state law.
How to Take the Online Training
Employees must be registered for this online training. The Conflict of Interest Program Administrator submits designated employee names and e-mail addresses to the Chancellor's Office to complete this registration. The employee's name and e-mail address must be recognized in order to commence the ethics training. Employees may take the training at any time as long as it is completed by the prescribed date.
Information on training, please see CSU Ethics & Conflict of Interest Training.
If you believe you are in a designated position and have not received notification, please contact the university's Conflict of Interest Program Administrator.