Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act
The Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995 requires that the university report, on a quarterly basis, a good faith estimate of all expenditures on federal “lobbying activities” conducted on behalf of the university. The federal Lobbying Disclosure Act describes what constitutes a lobbying activity, who qualifies as a lobbying contact and what needs to be reported.
The statute can be found here.
We have provided a worksheet for disclosures below. This document contains university guidance on what constitutes lobbying activity and what a person should do if they have been engaged in lobbying activities.
This document should be completed to the best of your knowledge and returned to the OGA contact denoted at the bottom of the email prompt. If the answer to a field is $0 or N/A, denote as such.