In all of our work, ICER strives to ensure that members of the process meet conflict of interest standards to ensure transparency and objectivity. These standards apply to employees, collaborators, members of independent voting bodies, and individuals who participate in our public meetings.
- Voting Bodies: All members of the independent voting bodies must meet established criteria to avoid any potential conflicts of interest when voting.
- Meeting participants: Participants in public meetings, including members of the policy roundtable and individuals delivering oral comments, must disclose any potential conflicts of interest.
- ICER Employees and Collaborators: All ICER employees and collaborators must adhere to the Code of Business Conduct and Ethics.
As part of its commitment to openness and transparency, ICER’s annual IRS and state filings and audited financial statements are available upon request.
Index of Resources on this Page
- Conflict of Interest Policy for Voting Bodies
- Conflict of Interest Policy for Meeting Participants (Members of the policy roundtable and individuals delivering oral comment)
- Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (PDF)
- Policy on Interactions with External Partners and Potential Influences on Judgment