What must be reported    

All interactions with Congressional, Executive Branch, and agency officials will need to be tracked and possibly reported, including meetings held in Washington D.C., on a campus, or at any other location. Actions that require reporting include, but are not limited to:

  • Any expenses, payments, or contribution for costs of a meeting/event held with or in the name of a Congressional or Executive Branch official, such as meetings in Washington or when an official visits a campus;
  • Contributions or tickets to an event honoring/recognizing a Congressional or Executive Branch official, such as a charity or community dinner;
  • Contributions to an entity named for a Congressional or Executive Branch official, such as a library or policy conference;
  • Contributions to an entity established/financed/maintained/controlled/designated by a Congressional or Executive Branch official, such as a third-party charity or organization.
   
     


All interactions with Congressional, Executive Branch, and agency officials will need to be tracked and possibly reported, including meetings held in Washington D.C., on a campus, or at any other location. Actions that require reporting include, but are not limited to:

  • Any expenses, payments, or contribution for costs of a meeting/event held with or in the name of a Congressional or Executive Branch official, such as meetings in Washington or when an official visits a campus;
  • Contributions or tickets to an event honoring/recognizing a Congressional or Executive Branch official, such as a charity or community dinner;
  • Contributions to an entity named for a Congressional or Executive Branch official, such as a library or policy conference;
  • Contributions to an entity established/financed/maintained/controlled/designated by a Congressional or Executive Branch official, such as a third-party charity or organization.