MTA Board Policy 2.6 addresses the Board Members’ Code of Conduct. Specific language in Section 4 calls for Conflict of Interest Certification and Disclosure, as follows:
Board members will annually, in the month of July, disclose their involvement with other organizations, vendors, or any associations that might be or might reasonably be seen as being a conflict, including whether they have had a financial interest in a bid, proposal, project or contract with the organization within the last two years.
A) Disclosures required by Section 4 shall be in the form proscribed by the Board of Directors.
B) Disclosure reports filed by directors and candidates for director shall at a minimum be:
C) While the Board may waive minor or otherwise immaterial mistakes in the reports required by Section 4, any serious or intentional noncompliance will result in:
D) If a Board member discovers any information or fact that indicates another director’s noncompliance with this Policy, then the Board member must disclose the information or fact to the Board in a timely manner.