Magnifying glass showing different bar graphs and charts

Public Data

A centralized resource that provides access to all of JCOPE's publicly available data.
Types of Publicly Available Information
JCOPE's Mission to Promote Transparency
Lobbying Data

A resource for engaged citizens, good government groups, and interested parties who would like to learn more about those who are attempting to influence State government.  View the lobbyists statements of registrations, client information and reportable compensation and expenses that are all publicly available. 

Financial Disclosure

JCOPE provides public access to the financial disclosure statements which include information about the private interests and activities of public officers and employees. The Financial Disclosure Statements of the four statewide elected officials and legislative members can be viewed on the website. The Financial Disclosure Statements of other public officers and employees are available on request through the JCOPE Records Access Officer.


Enforcement Actions

While the Commission’s investigative proceedings are confidential by law, if the Commission finds a substantial basis to conclude that an individual or entity under the Commission’s jurisdiction violated the law or approves a settlement agreement to resolve an investigation, the Commission’s actions are public. Substantial Basis Investigation Reports, and related materials, as well as settlement agreements can be viewed in the enforcement action table on the website.

Outage Latest
JCOPE Lobbying Application, FDS System Restored - Posted 3/9/22

The Joint Commission on Public Ethics (“JCOPE”) has given the go ahead for the State Office of Information Technology Services (“ITS”) to put the electronic Lobbying Application (“LA”) and financial disclosure statement (“FDS”) systems back online as of 7 p.m. today.  The target of this cybersecurity incident, the pre-2019 legacy online lobbying filing system, will remain offline until further notice, as previously mentioned.  

Any filings due between February 17 and March 9 will be automatically granted an extension to March 31. Additionally, the March 15 lobbying bi-monthly report deadline is also extended to March 31.

“We are pleased to be able to restore these operations knowing that the security and integrity of the data is in place,” said JCOPE Executive Director Sanford Berland. “We understand that this has been a trying time and we appreciate everyone’s patience, but we did not want to bring these systems back online until it was safe to do so.”

The information security officials at ITS have completed their forensic review process, which attempts to retrace the malicious activity step-by-step. Although no direct or circumstantial evidence of any unauthorized access of user data or credit card information has been found, any evidence or other indication suggesting unlawful use of user information will be handled in accordance with state cyber-security laws. ITS will continue to conduct testing measures to identify and address any potential vulnerabilities to prevent future incidents. Now that final forensics are complete, JCOPE will work with other state agencies, including the Office of the Attorney General and the Department of State’s Division of Consumer Protection, to ensure that any affected users are contacted and all legal obligations are met. Any information gleaned from the review process will be shared with law enforcement for investigative purposes.

The public search query for viewing submitting filings and reports may not be available until tomorrow via our public website at Data from the legacy online filing system will not be available until further notice.


Interactive Search Queries
Lobbying Data on Demand
You may search lobbying data submitted for the 2019-20 lobbying biennial period to present by clicking the 'Search Filings' button below to access the Public Search Query ('PSQ'). Lobbying data for 2018 and prior filings is unavailable until further notice due to a recent cybersecurity incident, but the datasets for those years may be accessed by clicking the 'Lobbying Datasets' button below.
Publicly Available Financial Disclosure Filings
Elected Officials

Financial Disclosure Statements ("FDS") are due to be filed with JCOPE by May 15. Under law, members of the Legislature must first file with the Legislative Ethics Commission which then has through June 30 to turn them over to JCOPE for public disclosure. The FDS of a candidate is available upon request.  

Request Access to all other FDS Filings

Financial Disclosure Statements for certain Executive and Legislative Branch employees and officials are available upon request. Any FDS requested for 2011 or prior will not include categories of value. FDS from the Legislative Branch are only available through JCOPE from 2011 to the present.  

Enforcement Actions
View Commission enforcement and delinquency notices
After it conducts a Substantial Basis Investigation, the Commission may vote to issue a Substantial Basis Investigation Report with findings of fact and assessment of a penalty or it may approve a settlement agreement. After a final vote of approval from the Commission, that information is publicly available. The Commission also issues notices of delinquency to individuals who fail to timely file, or file deficient, financial disclosure statements; those notices are also publicly available.
Public Disclosure
2020 and 2019 Annual Reports and Related Data
This section has been designed to provide access to the Commission's 2020 and 2019 Annual Reports and related Lobbyist and Client Datasets and Financial Lists.

For 2018 and Prior Filings Other Available Lobbying Data