Treasurers —and assistant treasurers who sign and verify campaign statements— for City general purpose committees and ballot measure committees must complete a training conducted by Ethics Commission staff after filing an original or amended Statement of Organization (FPPC Form 410) designating a new treasurer. (An individual who serves as the treasurer for more than one committee is not required to complete a training if that individual has completed such a training within the previous 12 months.)
- Training for Treasurers of Primarily-Formed and General Purpose Recipient Committees | 2020
- Training for Treasurers of Candidate-Controlled Committees
Important! Once the training has been completed, the treasurer and/or assistant treasurer must file a Form SFEC-107.
Online NetFile Training for New Users
Committees are required to electronically file campaign statements and other disclosures using the Commission’s NetFile e-filing system. Once your NetFile account has been established, we encourage new users to participate in a free 30-minute training conducted by NetFile’s staff. Click here for more information.
FPPC Workshop: Local Candidates, Treasurers, and Committee Basics
This workshop offers great information and guidance for local candidates and committee treasurers, and includes an in-depth review of the Form 460 Campaign Statement. This workshop is recommended as a supplemental overview of State law. It does not encompass laws exclusive to San Francisco and does not replace the annual mandatory training requirement.
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