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ness, or financial ties. For the purpose of this section, "inside information" means information obtained under Government authority which has not become part of the body of public information.
(b) Special Government employees may teach, lecture, or write in a manner consistent with the provisions of $ 0.735– 204(e). $ 0.735–303 Coercion.
A special Government employee shall not use his Government employment to coerce, or give the appearance of coercing, a person to provide financial benefit to himself or another person, particularly one with whom he has family, business, or financial ties. $ 0.735–304 Gifts, entertainment, and
favors. (a) Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, a special Government employee, while so employed or in connection with his employment, shall not receive or solicit from a person having business with the Department anything of monetary value as a gift, gratuity, loan, entertainment, or favor for himself, or another person, articularly one with whom he has family, business, or financial ties.
(b) The exceptions of $ 0.735–203(b), which are applicable to employees, are also applicable to special Government employees. $ 0.735_305 Applicability of other pro
visions. (a) Each special Government employee is subject to the provisions of $ $ 0.735–201, 0.735-206 through 0.735– 210, 0.735–212, 0.735-213, 0.735–214, and 0.735-411.
(b) Each special Government employee shall acquaint himself with each statute listed in s 0.735–214. A special Government employee engaged on an irregular or occasional basis is bound by the political activity restrictions of the former Hatch Act cited in $ 0.735–214(p) only while in an active duty status and for the entire 24 hours of any day during which he is actually employed. Subpart D-Statements of Employ
ment and Financial Interests $ 0.735–401 Employees required to sub
mit statements. Except as provided in $ 0.735–403, the following categories of employees shall submit statements of employment and financial interest:
(a) Employees paid at a level of the Executive schedule in subchapter II of chapter 53 of title 5, United States Code.
(b) Employees classified at GS-13 or above who are in positions identified in the appendix to this part as positions the incumbents of which are responsible for making a Government decision or taking a Government action in regard to:
(1) Contracting or procurement;
(2) Administering or monitoring grants or subsidies;
(3) Regulating or auditing private or other non-Federal enterprise; or
(4) Other activities where the decision or action has an economic impact on the interests of any non-Federal enterprise.
(c) Employees classified at GS-13 or above who are in positions which the Department has determined have duties and responsibilities which require the incumbent to report employment and financial interests in order to avoid involvement in a possible conflicts-of-interest situation and carry out the purpose of law, Executive order, and this part. The positions are identified in the appendix to this part.
(d) Employees classified below GS-13 who are in positions which otherwise meet the criteria in paragraph (b) or (c) of this section. These positions have been approved by the Civil Service Commission as exceptions that are essential to protect the integrity of the Government and avoid employee involvement in a possible conflict-of-interest situation. The positions are identified in the appendix to this part by footnote 1. $ 0.735–402 Employee's complaint on
filing requirement. Employees have the opportunity for review through the Department's grievance procedures of a complaint by an employee that his position has been improperly included under these regulations as one requiring the submission of a statement of employment and financial interests. $ 0.735–403 Employees not required to
submit statements. (a) Employees in positions that meet the criteria in paragraph (b) of $ 0.735– 401 may be excluded from the reporting requirement when the Department determines that:
(1) The duties of a position are such that the likelihood of the incumbent's involvement in a conflict-of-interest situation is remote;
(2) The duties of a position are at such a level of responsibility that the submission of a statement of employment and financial interests is not necessary because of the degree of supervision and review over the incumbent or the inconsequential effect on the integrity of the Government.
(b) A statement of employment and financial interests is not required by this subpart from the Secretary or a full-time member of a committee, board, or commission appointed by the President. These employees are subject to separate reporting requirements under section 401 of the Executive order. 0.735–404 Time and place for sub
mission of employees' statements. (a) An employee required to submit a statement of employment and financial interests pursuant to $ 0.735–401 and the appendix to this part shall submit that statement on Form HUD-844 (Revised) to the officials designated in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section not later than:
(1) Ninety days after the effective date of this part if employed on or before that effective date; or
(2) Thirty days after his entrance on duty, but not earlier than 90 days after the effective date, if appointed after that effective date.
(b) Additions to, deletions from, and other amendments of the list of positions in the appendix to this part may be made from time to time as necessary to carry out the purpose of the law, Executive Order 11222, and Part 735 of the Civil Service Commission Regulations (5 CFR Part 735). Such amendments are effective upon actual notification to the incumbents. The amended list shall be submitted at least annually for publication in the FEDERAL REGISTER.
(c) Employees reporting directly to the Secretary shall submit their statements directly to the Secretary for review; employees reporting directly to the Under Secretary shall submit their statements directly to the Under Secretary for review.
(d) Employees under the jurisdiction of Assistant Secretaries, the General Counsel of the Department, the President of FNMA, or the Regional Administrators shall submit their statements directly to the appropriate Assistant Secretary, the General Counsel of the Department, the President of FNMA, or the Regional Administrator for review.
$ 0.735–405 Supplementary statements.
(a) Changes in, or additions to, the information contained in an employee's statement shall be reported to the appropriate reviewing official as described in $ 0.735–404 in a supplementary statement as of June 30 each year. If no changes or additions occur, a negative report is required.
(b) Notwithstanding the filing of the annual report required by this section, each employee shall at all times avoid acquiring a financial interest or engaging in outside employment or other activity that could result, or taking an action that would result, in a violation of the conflict-of-interest provisions of section 208 of title 18, United States Code, or Subpart B of this part. $ 0.735–406 Interests of employee's rel.
atives. The interest of a spouse, minor child, or other member of an employee's immediate household is considered to be an interest of the employee. For the purpose of this section, “member of an employee's immediate household” means those blood relations who are residents of the employee's household. $ 0.735–407 Information not known by
employees. If any information required to be included on a statement or supplementary statement, including holdings placed in trust, is not known to the employee but is known to another person, the employee shall request that other person to submit information in his behalf. $ 0.735–408 Information prohibited.
This subpart does not require an employee to report information relating to his connection with, or interest in, a professional society or a charitable, religious, social, fraternal, recreational, public service, civic, or political organization or a similar organization not conducted as a business enterprise. For the purpose of this section, educational and other institutions doing research and development or related work invoiving grants of money from or contracts with the Goyernment are deemed "business enterprises" and are required to be included in an employee's statement. $ 0.735–409 Confidentiality of employ
ees' statements. (a) Each statement of employment and financial interests, and each supplementary statement, shall be held in confi
dence by the Department. To insure this special Government employee who is reconfidentiality, the Civil Service Com- quired to file a statement. mission regulations provide that:
(c) The Secretary or his designee may
waive the provisions of this section for (1) The Department shall designate
the submission of a statement in the case which officials and employees are to re
of a special Government employee who view and retain the statements;
is not a consultant or an expert when (2) Officials and employees designated
the Department finds that the duties of under subparagraph (1) of this para
the position held by that special Governgraph are responsible for maintaining
ment employee are of a nature and at the statements in confidence and shall
such level of responsibility that the subnot allow access to, or allow information
mission of the statement by the incumto be disclosed from, a statement except
bent is not necessary to protect the integto carry out the purpose of this part; and
rity of the Government. For the purpose (3) The Department may not disclose information from a statement except as
of this paragraph, “consultant” and
"expert" have the meanings given those the Civil Service Commission or the Sec
terms by Chapter 304 of the Federal Perretary may determine for good cause
sonnel Manual. shown.
(d) A statement required to be sub(b) For the purpose of carrying out
mitted under this section shall be subthe provisions of paragraph (a) (1) of
mitted not later than the time of this section, the officials and employees
employment of the special Government who:
employee. Each special Government em(1) Review the statements are desig
ployee shall keep his statement current nated in $ 0.735–404 (c) and (d);
throughout his employment with the De(2) Retain the statements are the
partment by the submission of supplesame officials and employees who review
mentary statements. the statements.
APPENDIX-LIST OF POSITIONS SUBJECT TO $ 0.735–410 Effect of employee's state
SUBPART D ments on other requirements.
Officers and employees in the following poThe statements and supplementary
sitions are subject to the provisions of Substatements required of employees pur
part D of this part: suant to this part are in addition to, and
(a) Employees paid at a level of the Fednot in substitution for, or in derogation
eral Executive Salary Schedule established
by the Federal Executive Salary Act of 1964, of, any similar requirement imposed by
as amended, except the Secretary, who is sublaw, order, or regulation. The submission
Ject to separate reporting requirements unof a statement or supplementary state- der section 401 of Executive Order 11222; ment by an employee does not permit him (b) Employees in the following positions. or any other person to participate in a
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY matter in which his or the other person's participation is prohibited by law, order,
Special Assistant to the Secretary.
Administrative Officer. or regulation.
Director, Inspection Division. $ 0.735-411 Specific provisions for spe
Deputy Director, Inspection Division. cial Government employees.
Director, Office of Equal Opportunity.
Executive Assistant to the Secretary. (a) Except as provided in paragraph Management Operations and Analysis Officer, (c) of this section each special Govern- Inspection Division. ment employee shall submit to the ap- Field Supervisory Investigators, Inspection propriate official specified in $ 0.735-404
Division. (c) or (d), Form HUD-844A (Revised),
Management Operations and Analysis Officer,
Inspection Division. Statement of Employment and Financial
Director, Office of Industry Participation. Interests. Each statement shall be for- Director, Office of Urban Technology and warded to the General Counsel of the
Research. Department for review and custody, ex
Assistant Director, Research and Planning
Control. cept that a special Government employee under the jurisdiction of a Regional Ad
AND FEDERAL HOUSING COMMISSIONER ministrator shall submit his statement to the Regional Administrator for review
Executive Assistant Commissioner.
Assistant Commissioner for Field Operations. and custody.
General Counsel. (b) The provisions of $ $ 0.735–407
Assistant Commissioner for Technical Standthrough 0.735–410 are applicable to a ards.
Assistant Agency Counsel.
Agency Controller. Assistant Agency Controller. Agency Director of Examination and Audit. Assistant Agency Director of Examination
ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR RENEWAL AND
Assistant Commissioner for Multifamily
Housing. Assistant Commissioner for Programs. Assistant Commissioner for Home Mortgages. Assistant Commissioner for Administration. Assistant Commissioner for Property Dis
position. Assistant Commissioner for Property Im
provement. Assistant Commissioner-Comptroller. Associate General Counsel. Regional Operations Commissioner, Region I. Regional Operations Commissioner, Region
III. Regional Operations Commissioner, Region
IV. Regional Operations Commissioner, Region
V. Regional Operations Commissioner, Region
VI. Deputy Assistant Commissioner for Techni
cal Standards. Deputy Assistant Commissioner for Programs. Deputy Assistant Commissioner for Multi
family Housing. Director, Project Mortgage Servicing Division. Director, Project Mortgage Insurance Divi
sion. Director, Architectural Division. Director of Compliance Coordination. Director, Audit Division. Director, Management Division. Supervisory Contract Specialist (Chief, Con
tracting Section). Director, Community Disposition Staff. Deputy Director, Community Disposition
Staff. Field Office Director, Community Disposition
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Renewal and
Housing Assistance. Deputy Assistant for Problems of the Elderly
and the Handicapped. Assistant to the Assistant Secretary for Prob
lems of the Elderly and the Handicapped.
Renewal Assistance Administration Deputy Assistant Secretary for Renewal
Assistance. General Deputy, Renewal Assistance. Director, Neighborhood Programs Division. Director, Redevelopment Division. Director, Rehabilitation and Codes Division. Director, Program Management Division. Chief Counsel, Renewal Assistance Admin
istration. Assistant Director for Federal Agency Liaison.
Housing Assistance Administration Deputy Assistant Secretary for Housing
Assistance. General Deputy, Housing Assistance. Director, Tenant Services Division. Supply Management Officer, Tenant Services
ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR METROPOLITAN
GOVERNMENT NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION
Executive Vice President.
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Metropolitan
Development. Director of Intergovernmental Relations and
Planning Assistance. Director of Land and Facilities Development
Administration. Director, Division of Project Development. Director, New Systems Study Project. Land and Facilities Development
Administration Director, Land and Facilities Development
Administration. General Deputy, Land and Facilities Develop
ment Administration. Director, Division of Public Facilities. Deputy Director, Division of Public Facilities. Chief, Field Services Branch. Director, Division of Land Development. Deputy Director, Division of Land Develop
ment. Director, Program Coordination and Field
1 See $ 0.735 401(d).
Assistant Director, Contracts and Agreements
Division, Office of General Services. Director, Supply and Facilities Management
Division, Office of General Services. Assistant Director, Supply and Facilities
Management Division, Office of General
Office of Audit
REGIONAL OFFICES OF THE DEPARTMENT
Deputy Director, Program Field Services
Urban Transportation Administration Director, Urban Transportation Administra
tion. Deputy Director, Urban Transportation
Administration. Director, Division of Demonstration Programs
and Studies. Director, Division of Project Development.
Plans, Program and Evaluation Staff Director, Plans, Program and Evaluation Staff. Office of Planning Standards and
Coordination Director, Division of Metropolitan Area
Analysis. Director, Division of Planning Standards. Director, Division of Planning Assistance. Urban Planner (Director, Metropolitan Pro
gram Branch). Supervisory Urban Planner, State and Local
Program Branch. Office of Intergovernmental Relations and
Planning Assistance Director, Intergovernmental Relations and
Planning Assistance. Assistant Director, Division of State and
Local Relations. Director, Division of Urban Manpower
Development. Director of Clearinghouse Services. ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR MODEL CITIES AND
GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS Deputy Assistant Secretary for Model Cities and Governmental Relations.
Model Cities Administration Director, Model Cities Administration. Director, Division of Program Development
and Evaluation. Director, Division of Program Operations and
Technical Assistance. Staff Director, Neighborhood Centers Staff.
Federal Relations Staff Director, Federal Relations Staff.
Defense Planning Staff Director, Defense Planning Staff.
Division of Administration
istration. Director, General Services Branch.
Northwest Area Office, Seattle, Wash. Director, Northwest Area Office. Deputy Director, Northwest Area Office. Director, Metropolitan Development Division. Director, Housing Assistance Division. Chief, Administration Branch. Program Coordination and Services Division Assistant Regional Administrator for Pro
gram Coordination and Services. Director, Planning Branch. Director, Economic and Market Analysis
Branch. Director, Relocation Branch. Assistant Regional Administrator for FHA. Director, Project Review Branch. Director, Low-Income Housing and Rent Sup
plement Branch. Director of Zone Advisory and Technical Services.
Metropolitan Development Office Assistant Regional Administrator for Metro
politan Development. Deputy Assistant Regional Administrator for
Housing Assistance Office
Renewal Assistance Office
ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR ADMINISTRATION
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration.
Financial Systems and Services Director, Financial Systems and Services.
Office of General Services Director, Office of General Services. Deputy Director, Office of General Services. Director, Contracts and Agreements Division,
Office of General Services.