Promote confidence in the political process.
The PDC will lead the nation in fostering full disclosure of money in politics.
- Empower the public to "follow the money" in politics
- Provide real-time access to meaningful data
- Ensure compliance with campaign-finance laws and regulations
- Pursue proactive and equitable enforcement
- Enhance outreach
- Help regulated community achieve and maintain compliance
- Provide expert guidance
- Facilitate e-filing for all disclosures with accessible, technologically up-to-date options
- Understand and anticipate filer needs
- Provide additional training opportunities and methods
- Continue to build a better, more agile, and more responsive organization
- Exercise flexible and nimble resource allocation
- Seek enhanced funding/staffing
- Identify and respond to emerging trends and issues
- Implement timely process improvements
- Plan for succession needs
- Attract and retain a talented and dedicated workforce
- Sustain culture of clean and open government, as embodied in the agency's grassroots heritage
- Provide and encourage opportunities for growth
- Accommodate work/life integration
IT strategic framework: Learn how technology powers every part of our work to meet the goals in the PDC's strategic plan.
Before the start of each legislative session, the Commission studies issues and proposes needed policy changes to lawmakers.
PDC annual reports and project tracking
The PDC publishes a report each fall summarizing our work and the data reported to us for the last election cycle.
Our development projects are designed to improve reporting and provide more information to the public.