Employees who received a Statement of Economic Interests form and a letter from the Secretary of State recently are reminded they must file the form by May 1 or face substantial penalties. Penalties imposed for failure to file include a $15 late- filing fee, if filed after May 1 and on or before May 15, and a $100 penalty for each day from May 16 to the date of filing, in addition to the late-filing fee. Failure to file by May 31 may result in forfeiture of the position of employment. Questions regarding this act should be directed to the Secretary of State, 782-7017. Questions regarding certification of names of employees to the Secretary of State should be directed to Ann Borelli, University Office of Administration and Human Resources, at 333-7925.