Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 74
TRANSPARENT AND ETHICAL GOVERNMENT
CHAPTER 4
ETHICS IN GOVERNMENT
74-402.  Policy and purpose. It is hereby declared that the position of a public official at all levels of government is a public trust and it is in the public interest to:
(1)  Protect the integrity of government throughout the state of Idaho while at the same time facilitating recruitment and retention of personnel needed within government;
(2)  Assure independence, impartiality and honesty of public officials in governmental functions;
(3)  Inform citizens of the existence of personal interests which may present a conflict of interest between an official’s public trust and private concerns;
(4)  Prevent public office from being used for personal gain contrary to the public interest;
(5)  Prevent special interests from unduly influencing governmental action; and
(6)  Assure that governmental functions and policies reflect, to the maximum extent possible, the public interest.

History:
[74-402, added 2015, ch. 140, sec. 5, p. 373.]


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