The Ethics Program consists of four main components: (1) an Ethics Policy for all elected officials, officials and employees of the BPU; (2) a five-member Ethics Commission; (3) an Office of the Ethics Administrator; and (4) an ethics training regimen and an investigatory process that promotes both compliance with the Ethics Policy and a redress for complaints and violations. The Ethics Commission is responsible for implementing the Ethics Policy, advising the BPU Board of Directors and staff on ethical issues, and ensuring compliance with Ethics Policy provisions through regular review of operational activities. The Ethics Commission meets once a month in open session. The Ethics Administrator serves as executive agent for the Ethics Commission and is responsible for all training, complaint investigations, general inquiries, and day-to-day operations of the Program. All elected officials, officials and employees of the BPU are required to attend a basic ethics education training session within 90 days of their affiliation, and to further attend a continuing ethics education training session every three years thereafter.