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Susan Haling, Acting Executive Inspector General

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Ethics Training https://www.illinois.gov/oeig/ethics/Pages/EthicsTraining.aspxEthics Training The Ethics Act requires individuals under the OEIG’s jurisdiction to complete ethics training at least annually. New employees are required to complete initial ethics training within 30 days of the commencement of their employment or office.
OEIG Reports and Publications https://www.illinois.gov/oeig/publications/Pages/Reports.aspxOEIG Reports and Publications If the Executive Inspector General determines, after an investigation is completed, that reasonable cause exists to believe that a violation occurred, a summary report of the investigation will be issued. The Executive Ethics Commission determines whether the OEIG summary report will be made public. In addition, the OEIG publishes monthly newsletters, annual reports and other mandated reporting information.
Revolving Door https://www.illinois.gov/oeig/revolvingdoor/Pages/revolvingdoorinstructions.aspxRevolving Door The Ethics Act requires the OEIG to determine whether certain State employees, appointees, and officials are restricted from accepting specific employment opportunities or compensation upon leaving State government. Generally, revolving door restrictions under the Ethics Act are intended to prevent former public servants who participated in contracting, licensing, or regulatory decisions from accepting employment from an entity that was directly implicated in those decisions. In order for the OEIG to make a revolving door determination, certain current and former state employees are required to notify the OEIG when offered employment or compensation from a non-state employer.