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Title 31-Money and Finance:
SUBTITLE A-OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY . . .
SUBTITLE B-REGULATIONS RELATING TO MONEY AND FINANCE:
CHAPTER 1—Monetary Offices, Department of the Treasury ......
CHAPTER 0-Fiscal Service, Department of the Treasury . . . . . .
CHAPTER IV—Secret Service, Department of the Treasury ......
CHAPTER V-Office of Foreign Assets Control, Department of the Treasury .
CHAPTER VI—Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Department of the
Note: Other regulations issued by Department of the Treasury appear in Title 12, Chap ter I; Title 19, Chapter I; Title 26, Chapter I; Title 27, Chapter I; Title 41, Chapter 10.
Subtitle A-Office of the Secretary
of the Treasury
Standards of conduct.
Employees' personal property claims. 5 Claims collection.
Practice before the Internal Revenue Service. 11 Operation of vending stands by the blind on Federal property under the
control of the Treasury Department. Cross ReFERENCE: General Accounting Office: See 4 CFR Chapter I.
PART 0 STANDARDS OF CONDUCT Sec.
0.735-40 Soliciting aid or advertising for Subpart A-Regular Employees
organizations or associations of GENERAL PROVISIONS
0.735-41 Gambling, betting, and lotteries. Sec. 0.735-1 Purpose.
0.735–42 Use of intoxicants.
0.735-43 Indebtedness. 0.735-2 Scope. 0.735-3 Policy.
0.735-44 Care of documents. 0.735-4 Definitions.
0.735-45 Lending or borrowing money.
0.735 Use of Government cars. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
0.735-47 Disclosure of information to the 0.735-20 General.
public. 0.735-21 Summary of provisions of crimi.
0.735-48 Giving testimony. nal code.
0.735-49 Personal communications.
0.735-50 Use of Federal property. RULES OF CONDUCT
0.735-50a Conduct in and on Treasury 0.735-30 Proscribed actions.
buildings and grounds. 0.735-30a Political activity.
0.735-51 Influencing legislation or peti0.735-31 Strikes.
tioning Congress. 0.735-32 Gifts or gratuities from Govern 0.735-62 Soliciting, selling, and canvassing. ment employees.
0.735-53 Civil Service examination proc0.735-33 Gifts or gratuities from outside
0.735-54 Falsification of oficial records. 0.735–34 Gifts or gratuities from foreign 0.735--55 Miscellaneous statutory provigovernments.
sions. 0.735-35 Outside financial Interests.
0.735-56 General conduct prejudicial to 0.735-36 Using official designation.
the Government. 0.735–37 Purchase of Government property.
STATEMENTS OF EMPLOYMENT AND FINANCIAL 0.735-38 Outside employment and other outside activities.
INTERESTS 0.735-39 Engagements to speak, write, or 0.735–70 Employees required to submit teach.
Sec. 0.735–70& Employee's complaint on Aling re
quirement. 0.735-71 Exceptions. 0.735-73 Form and content of statements. 0.735–74 Time and place for submission
of employees' statements. 0.735–75 Supplementary statements. 0.735–76 Interests of employees' relatives. 0.735–77 Information not known by em
ployees. 0.735–78 Information excluded. 0.735–79 Review of statements. 0.735-80 Confidentiality of employees'
statements. 0.735-81 Effect of employees' statements
on other requirements.
RESPONSIBILITIES 0.735-90 Assignment of responsibilities. 0.735-91 Department. 0.735–92 The Department's Counselor. 0.735-93 Deputy Counselors. 0.735-94 Role of personnel officers. 0.735-95 Bureaus. 0.735-96 Supervisor. 0.735-97 Employees. LISTING OF EMPLOYEES WHO MUST FILE
STATEMENTS 0.735–100 Listing of employees. Subpart B-Preventing Conflicts of Interest on
the part of Special Government Employees in the Department
GENERAL PROVISIONS 0.735-200 Purpose. 0.735-201 Scope. 0.735–202 Policy. GENERAL RULES OF CONDUCT APPLICABLE TO
SPECIAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES 0.735-203 Applicability of Subpart A of this
part. 0.735-204 Use of Government employment. 0.735–205 Use of inside information. 0.735-206 Teaching, lecturing, and writing. 0.735-207 Coercion. 0.735-208 Gifts, entertainment, and favors. 0.735–209 Miscellaneous statutory provi
sions. CONFLICT OF INTEREST STATUTES 0.735-210 Applicability of 18 U.S.C. 203 and
205. 0.735-211 Applicability of 18 U.S.C. 207. 0.735–212 Applicability of 18 U.S.C. 208.
CONSULTANTS AND ADVISERS 0.735–220 Advice on rules of conduct and
conflict of interest statutes. 0.735-221 Industry, labor, agricultural, and
other representatives. 0.736-222 Responsibility of the individual
special Government employee. PROCEDURES TO BE FOLLOWED IN THE
DEPARTMENT 0.735-230 Information and assistance to
special Government employees and their supervisors.
Sec. 0.735-231 Disclosure of financial Interests. 0.735-232 Service with other Federal agen
cies. 0.735-233 Resolution of cases involving a
conflict or apparent conflict of
interest. 0.735–234 Disciplinary and other remedial
action. 0.735-235 Legal interpretation. 0.735-236 Safeguard of Information. Subpart C-Additional Rules and Guidelines
Applicable to Employees Stationed in Foreign Countries
GENERAL PROVISIONS 0.735–300 Purpose. 0.735-301 Policy. 0.735-302 General provisions governing con.
duct in foreign countries.
SPECIFIC RULES OF CONDUCT 0.735-310 Basic rule of conduct. 0.735-311 Applicability to American em
ployees. 0.735–312 Applicability to members of lami.
lies. 0.735-313 Expression of thoughts and plews. 0.735–314 Political activities. 0.735-315 Acceptance of employment by a
member of a family. 0.735-316 Sale of personal automobiles and
other personal property.
ADVICE AND COUNSELING 0.735–320 Responsibility for guidance and
assistance. Appendix A-Identification of Positions the
Incumbents of Which Must File
Financial Statements. Appendix B-Confidential Statement of Em.
ployment and Financial Interests. Appendix CMStatement of Employment and
Financial Interests for Special
Government Employees. AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part o issued under E.O. *11222, May 8, 1965; 18 U.S.C. 201 note; 5 CFR 736.104.
SOURCE: The provisions of this Part 0 appear at 35 F.R. 19056, Dec. 16, 1970, unless otherwise noted. Subpart A-Regular Employees
GENERAL PROVISIONS § 0.735-1 Purpose.
This part describes the standards of conduct required of all employees of the Treasury Department. The regulations in this part implement Civil Service Commission regulations (5 CFR Part 735) issued on October 1, 1965, in accordance with Executive Order 11222. The standards of conduct in this part are not to be considered all-inclusive and may be supplemented by bureaus to meet specific