SOFI

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AcronymDefinition
SOFIStatement of Financial Information
SOFIShort Observational Framework for Inspection (methodology)
SOFIStatement of Financial Interest (various organizations)
SOFISpråk- och Folkminnesinstitutet (Swedish: Institute for Dialectology, Onomastics and Folklore Research)
SOFISpray on Foam Insulation (space shuttle)
SOFISociety of Field Inspectors
SOFISwiss Organization for Facilitating Investments
SOFISword of Fire and Ice (gaming, Magic the Gathering)
SOFISonnen Finsternis (German: total eclipse of the sun)
SOFISome Other Female Interest (musician)
SOFISpecial Operations Forces Improvement
SOFISmart Online Finance (Get Smart network)
SOFISouth of Fifth St (South Beach, Florida)
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Except that Gillam failed to disclose the loan, amending his Statement of Financial Interest for 2016 and 2017 only after the Democrat-Gazette asked about the loan.
Zlotnik reported zero assets, zero income on his statement of financial interest, and reportedly held no paying position since 2009, it appears Mr.
The Republican governor detailed more than 20 trips he and first lady Susan Hutchinson accepted from outside groups in his annual statement of financial interest. The former congressman took office in January 2015.
He also is a lawyer with Pellegrini, Seeley, Ryan & Blakesley in Springfield, making between $20,000 and $40,000 there, according to his 2009 statement of financial interest filed with the state Ethics Commission.
The Ethics Commission first was upset with Stanton because she was three months late filing her 2003 statement of financial interest, according to its lawsuit filed in Pulaski County Circuit Court.
In his statement of financial interests, submitted in March 2012, Lehne states that he earns more than 10,000 per month from his activity as a partner in Taylor Wessing.
Jeleva found intolerable the accusations against her concerning her statement of financial interests and her "incompetence".
Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso also ensured, in a letter sent to the EP president, on 15 January, that he still supported Jeleva on the question of her competence, although he avoided dwelling on the accuracy of her statement of financial interests. He noted simply that "the Commission, like Parliament, must trust the statements of the individual concerned in the absence of any specific control procedure in EU law".
She could be forced to resign after being nailed by MEPs for her statement of financial interests and her limited knowledge of her issues.
She was taken to task on her statement of financial interests and her limited knowledge of her portfolios (see Europolitics 3896).
At her oral, on 12 January in Brussels, Bulgarian candidate Rumiana Jeleva, named to handle the international cooperation, humanitarian aid and crisis response portfolio, was taken to task by MEPs for her statement of financial interests and her limited mastery of her subject matter.
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