The ethics bill also creates a system for dealing with officials and employees who fail to file their forms. First, their managers would be notified, then the inspector general’s office. After 60 days, employees who still haven’t filed would face being suspended from work without pay. The current monetary penalty is a fine of $2 for each day a form is late, up to a maximum of $250. The bill would raise that to $10 per day, with a maximum fine of $1,000.