Commission on Federal Ethics Law Reform
Commission on Federal Ethics Law Reform was a commission established by President George H. W. Bush in Executive Order 12668 to review federal ethics laws, executive orders, and policies and to make recommendations to the president for legislative, administrative, and other reforms needed to ensure full public confidence in the integrity of all federal public officials and employees.
- Malcolm Richard Wilkey—Chairman
- Griffin B. Bell—Vice Chairman
- Jan Witold Baran
- Judith Hippler Bello
- Lloyd N. Cutler
- Fred Fisher Fielding
- Harrison H. Schmitt
- R. James Woolsey
- Executive Order 12668 - President's Commission on Federal Ethics Law Reform
- List of members
- Roberts, Robert North; Marion T. Doss, Jr. (September 1997). From Watergate to Whitewater: the public integrity war. Westport, CT: Praeger. p. 133. ISBN 0-275-95597-4.
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