A county government, which upholds high standards of integrity and impartiality, is a cornerstone of the democratic way of governance. The County has published policies to provide meaningful guidance to employees, elected and appointed officials, volunteers, and the members of appointed boards and commissions.
A personal commitment to sound, ethical decisions is essential to Pinal County's continued long-term success. Maintaining the County's reputation for integrity is a crucial factor in maintaining the public's trust, and each employee, elected and appointed official, volunteer, and member of an appointed board is a personal steward of that reputation and must comply with A.R.S. § 38-504.
The Pinal County Workforce Development Board (PCWDB) is appointed by the Pinal County Board of Supervisors (Chief Local Elected Official) in accordance with Section 107 of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014. As such, members of the PCWDB are members of an appointed board and are held accountable to operate in this role in accordance with the most current Pinal County Ethics in County Employment and Conflict of Interest Policies published by the Pinal County Human Resources Department.