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COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS

JOHN GLENN, Ohio, Chairman SAM NUNN, Georgia

WILLIAM V. ROTH, JR., Delaware CARL LEVIN, Michigan

TED STEVENS, Alaska JIM SASSER, Tennessee

WILLIAM S. COHEN, Maine DAVID PRYOR, Arkansas

THAD COCHRAN, Mississippi
JOSEPH I. LIEBERMAN, Connecticut

JOHN MCCAIN, Arizona
DANIEL K. AKAKA, Hawaii
BRYON L. DORGAN, North Dakota

Leonard Weiss, Staff Director
Franklin G. Polk, Minority Staff Director and Chief Counsel

Michal Sue Prosser, Chief Clerk

SUBCOMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT OF GOVERNMENT MANAGEMENT

CARL LEVIN, Michigan, Chairman DAVID PRYOR, Arkansas

WILLIAM S. COHEN, Maine JOSEPH I. LIEBERMAN, Connecticut

TED STEVENS, Alaska DANIEL K. AKAKA, Hawaii

THAD COCHRAN, Mississippi SAM NUNN, Georgia

JOHN MCCAIN, Arizona BRYON L. DORGAN, North Dakota

Linda J. Gustitus, Staff Director and Chief Counsel

Barbara L. Strack, Counsel
Frankie de Vergie, Chief Clerk

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Introduction

A. General Provisions

1. Criminal Ethics Laws, 18 U.S.C. sections:

Sec. 201. Bribery of public officials and witnesses

Sec. 202. Definitions

Sec. 203. Compensation to Members of Congress, officers, and others

in matters affecting the Government

Sec. 204. Practice in United States Claims Court or the United States

Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit by Members of Congress

Sec. 205. Activities of officers and employees in claims against and

other matters affecting the Government

Sec. 206. Exemption of retired officers of the uniformed services

Sec. 207. Retrictions on former officers, employees, and elected officials

of the executive and legislative branches

Permanent restrictions on representation on particular matters
Two-year restrictions concerning particular matters under official re-

sponsibility

One-year restrictions on aiding or advising

One-year restrictions on certain senior personnel of the executive

branch and independent agencies

Restrictions on very senior personnel of the executive branch and

independent agencies

Restrictions on Members of Congress and officers and employees

of the legislative branch

Restrictions relating to foreign entities

Special rules for detailees

Designations of separate statutory agencies and bureaus

Definitions

Exceptions

Presidential waiver authority

Sec. 208. Acts affecting a personal financial interest

Sec. 209. Salary of government officials and employees payable only

by United States

Sec. 210. Offer to procure appointive public office

Sec. 211. Acceptance or solicitation to obtain appointive public office

Sec. 216. Penalties and injunctions

Sec. 219. Officers and employees acting as agents of foreign principals...

Sec. 281. Restrictions on retired military officers regarding certain

matters affecting the Government

Sec. 431. Contracts by Member of Congress

Sec. 432. Officer or employee contracting with Member of Congress

Sec. 433. Exemptions with respect to certain contracts

Sec. 641. Public money, property or records

Sec. 1905. Disclosure of confidential information

Sec. 1913. Lobbying with appropriated moneys

2. Ethics in Government Act of 1978, As Amended

Title I--Financial Disclosure Requirements of Federal Personnel, 5 U.S.C.

app. 101 et seq.

Sec. 101. Persons required to file

Sec. 102. Contents of reports

Sec. 103. Filing of reports

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Sec. 104. Failure to file or filing false reports

Sec. 105. Custody of and public access to reports

Sec. 106. Review of reports

Sec. 107. Confidential reports and other additional requirements

Sec. 108. Authority of Comptroller General

Sec. 109. Definitions

Sec. 110. Notice of actions taken to comply with ethics agreements

Sec. 111. Administration of provisions ..

Title IV-Office of Government Ethics, 5 U.S.C. app. 401 et seq.

Sec. 401. Establishment; appointment of Director

Sec. 402. Authority and functions

Sec. 403. Administrative provisions

Sec. 404. Rules and regulations

Sec. 405. Authorization of appropriations

Sec. 406. Annual pay

Sec. 407. Annual pay of Director

Sec. 408. Reports to Congress

Title V-Government-Wide Limitations on Outside Earned Income and Em-

ployment, 5 U.S.C. app. 501 et seq.

Sec. 501. Outside earned income limitation

Honoraria prohibition

Treatment of charitable contributions

Sec. 502. Limitations on outside employment

Sec. 503. Administration

Sec. 504. Civil penalties

Sec. 505. Definitions

3. Additional Judicial Branch Restrictions

Practice of law by justices and judges, 28 U.S.C. 454

Disqualification of justice, judge, or magistrate, 28 U.S.C. 455

4. Communications with Administrative Agencies

Ex parte communications, 5 U.S.C. 557(d)

B. Restrictions Regarding Procurement Activities

1. Office of Federal Procurement Policy Act, Section 27, 41 U.S.C. 423

Sec. 423. Procurement integrity

Prohibited conduct by competing contractors

Prohibited conduct by procurement officials

Recusal

Disclosure to unauthorized persons

Certification and enforcement matters

Restrictions resulting from procurement activities of procurement offi-

cials ........

Contractual penalties

Administrative actions

Civil penalties

Criminal penalties

Ethics advice

Training

Remedies not exclusive

No authority to withhold information

Implementing regulations and guidelines

Definitions

2. Miscellaneous Procurement Provisions, 10 U.S.C. 2397–2397c

Sec. 2397. Employees or former employees of defense contractors: re-

ports

Sec. 2397a. Requirements relating to private employment contracts

between certain Department of Defense procurement officials and

defense contractors

Sec. 2397b. Certain former Department of Defense procurement offi-

cials: limitations on employment by contractors

Sec. 2397c. Defense contractors: requirements concerning former De-

partment of Defense officials

3. Interest of Member of Congress, 41 U.S.C. 22

4. Sales to Military by Retired Officers, 37 U.S.C. 801

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