Effective July 1, 2005, each state agency involved in large state construction or procurement contracts is required to designate an Ethics Compliance Officer. This designee is responsible for developing ethics policies, coordinating ethics training, and monitoring compliance with ethics laws and policies. Kimberly Fearney has been designated the Ethics Compliance Officer for the University of Connecticut Storrs and regional campuses, and Virginia Pack has been designated the Ethics Compliance Officer for the University of Connecticut Health Center. In addition, both serve as the University’s liaison to the Office of State Ethics.
All ethics inquiries or questions regarding compliance with the State Code of Ethics for Public Officials, and/or the University’s and Health Center’s various ethics policies may be directed to: