Conflict of interest problems within the Presidential executive interchange program: hearings before the Subcommittee on Energy and Environment of the Committee on Small Business, House of Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, first session, ... December 5 and 8, 1975
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1976 - Conflict of interests - 325 pages
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Page 53 - However, an employee shall not, either for or without compensation, engage in teaching, lecturing, or writing that is dependent on information obtained as a result of his Government employment, except when that information has been made available to the general public or will be made available on request, or when the...
Page 74 - Any person in Government service should: 1. Put loyalty to the highest moral principles and to country above loyalty to persons, party, or Government department. 2. Uphold the Constitution, laws, and legal regulations of the United States and of all governments therein and never be a party to their evasion.
Page 107 - The prohibitions against (1) embezzlement of Government money or property (18 USC 641); (2) failing to account for public money (18 USC 643) ; and (3) embezzlement of the money or property of another person In the possession of an employee by reason of his employment (18 USC 654).
Page 37 - Columbia, from continuing to participate in a bona fide pension, retirement, group life, health or accident insurance, profit-sharing, stock bonus, or other employee welfare or benefit plan maintained by a former employer.
Page 89 - Employees so designated are responsible for maintaining the statements in confidence and shall not allow access to, or allow information to be disclosed from, a statement except to carry out the purpose of this part. The Board shall not disclose information from a statement except as the Civil Service Commission or the Board may determine for good cause shown. § 1200.735-49 Effect of employees' statements on other requirements.
Page 61 - Person" means an individual, a corporation, a company, an association, a firm, a partnership, a society, a joint stock company, or any other organization or institution. (e) "Special Government employee" means a "special Government employee...
Page 84 - An employee shall not engage in outside employment or other outside activity not compatible with the full and proper discharge of the duties and responsibilities of his Government employment. Incompatible activities include but are not limited to: (1) Acceptance of a fee, compensation, gift, payment of expense, or any other thing of monetary value In circumstances in which acceptance may result in, or create the appearance of, a conflict of interest; or (2) Outside...
Page 24 - Government employee or as a special Government employee through decision, approval, disapproval, recommendation, the rendering of advice, investigation or otherwise, or (2) which is pending in the department or agency of the Government in which he is serving...
Page 71 - Any continuing financial interest, through a pension or retirement plan, shared income, or other arrangement as a result of any current or prior employment or business or professional association; or (iii ) Any financial interest through the ownership of stock, stock options, bonds, securities, or other arrangements including trusts.