The Independent Ethics Commission (IEC) is a constitutionally created independent commission and is charged with the implementation of Article XXIX of the Colorado Constitution. The purpose of the IEC is to give advice and guidance on ethics issues arising under Article 29 of the Colorado Constitution and any other standards of conduct or reporting requirements as provided by law, and to hear complaints, issue findings, and assess penalties and sanctions where appropriate. The Commission has jurisdiction over all State executive and legislative branch elected officials and employees, and local officials and employees, unless the county or municipality is a home-rule entity with its own ethics code. The Commission does not have jurisdiction over judges or employees of the judicial branch. See Frequently Asked Questions for more information about the Commission's jurisdiction.
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The Transparency Online Project (TOP) System provides public access to information on Colorado State government expenditures (where the money is spent) and revenue (source of the money). For further information, go to http://tops.state.co.us.