updated registration statement real party in interest - Executive Branch

updated registration statement real party in interest - Executive Branch

INSTRUCTIONS UPDATED REGISTRATION STATEMENT REAL PARTY IN INTEREST A. General Information Items 1 & 2: Provide full name of the real party in interes...

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INSTRUCTIONS

UPDATED REGISTRATION STATEMENT REAL PARTY IN INTEREST A. General Information Items 1 & 2: Provide full name of the real party in interest engaging the executive agency lobbyist(s) as it appears on the Initial Registration Statement. Record any changes in real party in interest name, real party in interest contact, title, address, email and telephone.

Item 3:

Indicate whether this is a regular, final, or amended statement. An amended statement should be filed if a correction needs to be made after the reporting deadline. If an amended statement is being filed, indicate which reporting year the statement is amending, and complete only those sections which are being changed by the amended filing.

Item 4:

Provide the full name of ALL executive agency lobbyists who were registered to represent the real party in interest during the reporting period, including those executive agency lobbyists who are no longer engaged by the real party in interest, but were active during any part of the reporting period. Fill in the EAL registration number(s) of each, if known. Do Not Leave This Section Blank

Item 5:

If the engagement of an executive agency lobbyist was terminated or a new executive agency lobbyist was engaged, during the reporting period, state the name(s) of the individual(s) and the applicable dates.

B. Executive Agency Decisions List the specific executive agency decisions which your executive agency lobbyists attempted to influence during the reporting period. Examples of an executive agency decision to be listed: "contract for purchase of (commodity) by Kentucky Department of Corrections;" “met with officials of the Transportation Cabinet to discuss budget items for the State Road Fund.” C. Real Party in Interest Expenditures Statement Report ALL expenditures made by the real party in interest, which were made to, or for the benefit of, an elected executive official, any secretary of a Cabinet listed in KRS 12.250, an executive agency official, or a member of the staff of any of those officials. List the name of the official or employee for whom the expenditure was made; type of expenditure; description of meeting, event, or occasion for which the expenditure was made; when the expenditure occurred; and the amount of the expenditure

D. Financial Transactions Involving Real Party In Interest If, during the reporting period, the real party in interest, or a member of real party in interest’s immediate family had a financial transaction with, or for the benefit of, an official or employee so listed, state the name of the official or employee, the purpose and nature of the transaction, the date such transaction was made or entered into, and any other pertinent details. The reporting of any financial transaction requires the naming of an official or employee, and requires that you deliver a copy of the financial transaction statement to the identified official or employee at least ten (10) days before the statement is to be filed with the Commission. See KRS 11A.226 for the procedure to be followed relative to any dispute that may arise concerning a reported expenditure or financial transaction.

E. Registration Fee Each real party in interest of one or more executive agency lobbyist(s) is required to pay a registration fee of $500 with the filing of the Updated Registration Statement, Real Party In Interest whether the real party in interest is submitting a regular or final report. KRS 11A. 211(5). Payment may be made by credit card, check, or money order payable to the “KENTUCKY STATE TREASURER”. For accuracy in recording, it is preferred that payment accompany the filing of the updated registration statement. Failure to submit the $500 registration fee will constitute a deficiency in the filing of an updated registration statement and will subject the real party in interest to penalties outlined in KRS 11A.990(5).

Certification: This section requires the signature of the person signing for the real party in interest and the date on which the statement was signed. The signing of the statement attests to the completeness and accuracy of the statement. The signed statement may be submitted in original form via hand delivery, regular mail, delivery service, electronically by facsimile/electronic mail or through an online system established by the Commission.

Do not leave any section or question blank. If the question does not apply, check the box “If None, Check Here” COMPLETED AND SIGNED STATEMENTS ARE DUE ON OR BEFORE July 31. If you have questions, contact:

Executive Branch Ethics Commission Capital Complex East 1025 Capital Center Drive, Suite 104 Frankfort, Kentucky 40601 (502) 564-7954 FAX (502) 695-5939