The Ethics in Government Act of 1978 requires certain federal officials to file financial disclosure reports, identifying their interests and liabilities. These reports are intended to facilitate transparency in potential conflicts of interest, through both careful review by agency ethics officials and accessibility by members of the public. Therefore, reports filed by the most senior officials in the executive branch are available either through posting on the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) website or through release upon request, depending on the official's level of seniority. To view the public financial disclosure reports filed by the Department of the Interior's presidential appointees in positions requiring Senate confirmation and the Department's Designated Agency Ethics Official, please see the OGE website or submit a request through OGE for reports not posted online. To request a report filed by DOI officials but not required to be reviewed by OGE, you must complete an OGE Form 201.