Parts 50 - Title 11 - Federal Elections. For example, an agency purchasing agent could not place an agency order for computer software with a company owned by his wife.
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More limitations on accuracy are described at the GPO site. Parts 5 - Title 16 - Commercial Practices.
For example, with some limitations, employees may accept: An employee shall not use or permit the use of his Government position or title or any authority associated with his public office to endorse any product, service or enterprise except:. Title 2 2653 Grants and Agreements. Title 26 - Internal Revenue.
An employee is no longer "seeking employment" with the recipient of an unsolicited resume after two months have passed with no response. Title 1 - General Provisions. Toc - Table Of Contents.
Title 14 - Aeronautics and Space. For example, a company bidding for an agency cfd or a person seeking an agency grant would be a prohibited source of gifts to employees of that agency. Subpart B - Gifts from Outside Sources Subpart B prohibits employees from soliciting or accepting gifts from prohibited sources or gifts given because of their official position. The company is bidding against five European companies and the statutory mission of the Department of Commerce includes assisting the export activities of U.
Except as otherwise provided in this part, an employee shall not use or permit the use of his Government position or title or any authority associated with his public office in a manner that could reasonably be construed to imply that his agency or the Government sanctions or endorses his personal activities ccfr those of another. Subpart I - Related Statutory Authorities. Subpart D - Conflicting Financial Interests Subpart D contains vfr provisions designed to deal with financial interests that conflict with ffr official duties.
5 CFR 2635.702 - Use of public office for private gain.
Subpart E contains two disqualification provisions addressing those appearance issues. There are several exceptions ccfr the prohibitions against gifts from outside sources. Subpart E - Impartiality in Performing Official Duties There may be circumstances other than those covered dfr Subpart D in which employees should not perform official duties in order to avoid an appearance of loss of impartiality.
Title 24 - Housing and Urban Development. Title 21 - Food and Drugs. Title 36 - Parks, Forests, and Public Property.
Title 33 - Navigation and Navigable Waters. That Executive Order as modified by Executive Order set out fourteen basic principles of ethical conduct for executive branch personnel and directed OGE to establish a single, comprehensive, and clear set of executive branch standards of ethical conduct.
An Assistant Attorney General may not use his official title or refer to his Government position in a book jacket endorsement of a novel about organized crime written by an author whose work he admires. Parts 0 - The employee violated the prohibition against use of public office for private gain by invoking his official authority in an attempt to influence action ctr benefit his relative.
The regulation became effective on February 3,and was codified in 5 C. The section you are viewing is cited by the following CFR sections.
In writing the letter of recommendation for his personal friend, it may be appropriate for the employee to refer to his official position in the body of the letter.
Subpart Ccr - Related Statutory Authorities Subpart I lists references to other statutes which relate to employee conduct. Download This section of the CFR has been printed across multiple volumes.
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Title 29 - Labor. Title 9 - Animals and Animal Products. The term "gift" is defined to include nearly anything of market value.