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PART 8701-SUPPLEMENTAL STAND- approval shall include, at a minimum,
ARDS OF ETHICAL CONDUCT the following:
whom the work is to be performed; the 8701.101 General.
type of work to be performed; and the 8701.102 Prior approval for outside employ
proposed hours of work and approximent.
mate dates of employment; and AUTHORITY: 5 U.S.C. 7301; 5 U.S.C. App.
(2) A statement that the outside em(Ethics in Government Act of 1978); E.O. ployment will not depend on informa12674, 54 FR 15159, 3 CFR, 1989 Comp. p. 215, as tion obtained as a result of the employmodified by E.O. 12731, 55 FR 42547, 3 CFR, ee's official Government position and 1990 Comp., p. 306; 5 CFR 2635.105, 2635.803. that no official duty time or Govern
ment property, resources, or facilities 88701.101 General.
not available to the general public will In accordance with 5 CFR 2635.105,
be used in connection with the outside the regulations in this part apply to
employment. the employees of the Office of Manage
(b) Approval shall be granted only ment and Budget and supplement the
upon a determination that the outside Standards of Ethical Conduct for Em employment is not expected to involve ployees of the Executive Branch con conduct prohibited by statute or Fedtained in 5 CFR part 2635. In addition
eral regulation, including 5 CFR part to the standards in 5 CFR part 2635 and 2635. this part, OMB employees are subject (c) For purposes of this section, "emto the executive branch financial dis ployment” means any form of non-Fedclosure regulations contained in 5 CFR eral employment or business relationpart 2634.
ship involving the provision of personal
services by the employee. It includes, [60 FR 12397, Mar. 7, 1995)
but is not limited to, personal services 88701.102 Prior approval for outside
as an officer, director, employee, employment.
agent, attorney, consultant, contrac(a) Before engaging in outside em
tor, general partner, trustee, teacher ployment with or without compensa
or speaker. It includes writing when
done under an arrangement with antion, an employee of the Office of Management and Budget, other than a spe
other person for production or publicacial Government employee, must ob
tion of the written product. It does not, tain the written approval of his or her
however, include participation in the division or office head, the General
activities of a nonprofit charitable, reCounsel, and the Designated Agency
ligious, professional, social, fraternal,
educational, recreational, public servEthics Official (DAEO). Requests for
ice, or civic organization, unless such approval shall be forwarded through
activities involve the provision of pronormal supervisory channels to the di
fessional services or advice or are for vision or office head, who shall forward the request to the General Counsel, to
compensation other than reimbursebe forwarded with their successive ap
ment of expenses. provals to the DAEO. The request for [60 FR 12397, Mar. 7, 1995)
Title 6-Economic Stabilization (Reserved)
EDITORIAL NOTE: The Office of the Federal Register received a letter on December 24, 1981 from the Office of the General Counsel, Department of the Treasury which recommended that 6 CFR part 602 not be republished. The letter explained that part 602 was originally issued by Treasury to carry out the functions assigned to it by Executive Order 11788—Providing for the Orderly Termination of Economic Stabilization Activities. The letter further explained those functions "have been completed and that no Treasury personnel are asssigned any active Economic Stabilization functions." Thus, the Treasury Department concluded that 6 CFR part 602 was unnecessary and ought to be removed from the Code of Federal Regulations.
The Council on Wage and Price Stability was established by authority of Pub. L. 93-387, as amended (12 U.S.C. 1904 note). Regulations establishing Chapter VII were published at 40 FR 7233, February 19, 1975.
The wage and price regulatory program was terminated on February 2, 1981, by Executive Order 12288 of January 29, 1981 (46 FR 10135) and the Council on Wage and Price Stability was terminated as provided by Pub. L. 97–12 (95 Stat. 74) (46 FR 11229, Feb. 6, 1981).
Since the Council on Wage and Price Stability has been terminated and the functions of the Department of the Treasury pursuant to E.O. 11788 have been completed, the Director of the Office of the Federal Register, pursuant to 1 CFR 8.2 hereby removes from the Code of Federal Regulations Title 6, Chapter VI, Assistant Secretary for Administration, Department of the Treasury, consisting of part 602, and Chapter VII, Council on Wage and Price Stability, consisting of parts 701 through 704 inclusive.
Title 6, Code of Federal Regulations is hereby vacated.
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