White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and counselor Kellyanne Conway received ethics waivers from the Trump administration, according to a list released Wednesday.
Eleven Trump administration staff members received waivers. The Office of Government Ethics had set Friday as the deadline for the administration to release lists of waivers.
Other departments, such as State, Defense and Treasury, are also expected to share similar information this week.
The waiver allows Conway to "participate in communications and meetings involving former clients which are political, advocacy, trade, or non-profit organizations" according to the list.
Priebus, the former chairman of the RNC, may "participate in communications and meetings involving the Republican National Committee."
Other staff members to receive waivers include former lobbyists.
Another White House ethics waiver allows all appointees in the Executive Office of the President to "participate in communications and meetings with news organizations regarding broad policy matters," which may allow chief strategist Steve Bannon to huddle with reporters at Breitbart, where he used to work as chief executive.