The WSSC Ethics Officer has the responsibility of directing and managing the comprehensive ethics program of the WSSC, and all related program components and processes, including program compliance.
In June of 2003, WSSC adopted Code of Ethics regulations that includes but is not limited to the establishment of an independent Board of Ethics, the establishment of the Ethics Officer position, conflicts of interest, financial disclosure, lobbying disclosure, and ethics in public contracting. The Code of Ethics became effective November 1, 2003.
WSSC’s Commissioners and employees are required to maintain the highest professional and ethical standards in the performance of their official duties. The purpose of the Code of Ethics is to identify those activities which shall be considered unethical for employees to engage in and which are therefore prohibited. The Code of Ethics also establishes an independent Board of Ethics and an Ethics Officer position to assist the agency in maintaining the desired ethical standards.
After reviewing the WSSC Code of Ethics, if you need ethics guidance or have ethics questions, please contact the WSSC Ethics Officer at 301-206-8010. You may also request information and ethics guidance at #email@example.com (use Google Chrome or Firefox to access this link).