Conflict of Interest

Conflict of Interest


Pursuant to the Missouri Constitution and Chapter 105 RSMo, the following individuals must follow conflict of interest laws: a) any public official or employee in this state (specific to nepotism); b) elected or appointed public officials & employees; c) certain elected or appointed public officials and employees serving in an executive or administrative capacity; d) members of the general assembly and statewide elected officials; e) members of governing bodies of political subdivisions; f) officials with a substantial personal or private interest in any measure, bill, order, or ordinance proposed or pending; g) persons with rulemaking authority; and h) persons in judicial or quasi-judicial positions; with noted exceptions as set out in §105.466 RSMo.

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About Complaints

Information about the complaint process and how to file a complaint.

Conflict of Interest Statutes

Common statutory provisions to aid understanding of the Conflict of Interest Law; refer to Chapter 105.450 through 105.467, RSMo.

Conflict of Interest


View frequently asked questions regarding conflict of interest (including Nepotism)

Educational Resources

View a variety of different resources regarding ethics laws, including publications and training opportunities.