Ethics & Accountability

The Office of Ethics and Accountability provides increased accountability and oversight by identifying fraud, abuse, and illegal acts. It also supports the Board of Ethics to exercise its authorities granted to it under the Prince George’s County Code of Ethics to promote the public’s trust of County Government and ensure the impartiality of employees and county elected officials in the execution of their duties.

Mandatory Ethics Training

The Mandatory Ethics Training compliance period affecting board/commission members begins January 1, 2022 and ends June 30, 2022.  All new employees must still complete the Online Mandatory Ethics Training.  

The Office of Ethics and Accountability (OEA) has resumed in-person trainings. Please contact OEA’s Compliance Officer to request in-person training.  All requests will be reviewed on a case by case basis, and dependent on the availability of staff.  Virtual trainings can also be scheduled.  Ethics training can be completed online using the following link: Online Mandatory Ethics Training.

Financial Disclosure Statements

The Financial Disclosure Statement compliance period for CY2021 begins January 1, 2022 and ends April 30, 2022.

Create an Account to Register

  1. Go to the filing portal
  2. Select Register
  3. You will be re-directed to an online registration form
  4. Only the empty fields of the form marked with a red asterisk (*) require data input
  5. Ensure all required fields are completed
  6. Click Submit
  7. You should receive an email with a new link for setting your password. Click on that link.

Forgot Your Password

  1. Go to the filing portal’s forgotten password page
  2. You will be re-directed to a login screen
  3. Type in your username; which is your email provided when creating an account with ".oea" appended to the end (e.g. robert-collins@co.pg.md.us.oea)
  4. Click Submit
  5. You should receive an email with a new link for setting your password. Click on that link.