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Court’s top managers to submit conflict-of-interest forms


The Arizona Supreme Court’s administrative office has responded to an outside review of its internal fiscal controls by saying it’ll have its top managers submit forms disclosing potential conflicts of interest.

Director Dave Byers of the Administrative Office of the Courts made that commitment in a response to a recent review by the state Auditor General’s Office.

According to the review, the Supreme Court lacked processes to ensure that top managers disclose conflicts of interest and in fact didn’t have any disclosures from those employees.

The review says the court wasn’t aware that key employees need to complete conflict-of-interest forms.

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