Ethics Commission
City and County of San Francisco

Contracts – Campaign Finance Disclosure

About the Contribution Ban for Contractors Doing Business with the City

Each City elective officer who approves a contract that has a value of $100,000 or more in a fiscal year must file SFEC Form 126f4 with the Ethics Commission within five business days of approval. This filing requirement applies if the contract is approved by:

  • the City elective officer
  • any board on which the City elective officer serves or
  • the board of any state agency on which an appointee of the City elective officer serves.

Pursuant to San Francisco Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code section 1.126, for a period of twelve months after the contract is approved neither the City elective officer nor any political committee that he or she controls may solicit or accept a campaign contribution from the following persons or entities: the party whose contract was approved; the party’s board of directors; the party’s principle officers, including its chairperson, chief executive officer, chief financial officer, chief operating officer, or any similar position; any person with an ownership interest of more than 10 percent in the party; or any subcontractor listed in the bid or contract. None of these persons may make a campaign contribution to the City elective officer, a candidate for the office held by such officer, or a political committee controlled by such officer or candidate.

Contract Approval List

Scroll the table horizontally to reveal additional columns of information. To download a PDF copy of current contract filings, see the “Filings” column in the table.

List of Affiliates and Subcontractors Reported on SFEC Form 126f4 Filings

Browse Archived Contract Filings

Notifications of Submission of Proposal

Browse SFEC Form 126f2 filings and named parties.

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