The Honolulu Ethics Commission is pleased to present its strategic plan: Honolulu Ethics Commission — 2027
From Honolulu Ethics Commission
This is the Commission’s first such plan and the culmination of three years of public meeting discussions, development and drafting, and outreach to stakeholders. We wish to express our appreciation and mahalo to stakeholders who reviewed and commented on draft plans. Your involvement greatly enhanced our product.
This plan sets forth a blueprint for the future and will be revisited in 2020 (year three), 2022 (year five) and 2024 (year seven). As a springboard to the future, it is the Commission’s jumping-off point to a vibrant, relevant, and robust ethics program for officers and employees of the City & County of Honolulu. Although formally adopted at the March 2018 Ethics Commission meeting, the Commission has already amended the plan and intends for it to be a work in progress, a flexible and directional touchstone for Commissioners and staff.
We look forward to the challenge of building and sustaining the City’s ethics program as we strive to fulfill our mission statement:
To ensure that elected officials, appointed officers and employees demonstrate the highest standards of ethical conduct so that the public may have trust and confidence in the integrity of government.
“We hold the public’s trust.”
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