Employee conduct standards: some outside activities present conflict-of-interest issues : report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Federal Services, Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on Governmental Affairs, U.S. Senate
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OGES Proposed Standards of Conduct Provide Needed
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11 agencies agency approval agency's responsibilities Appendix approval of employees approved activities approved OA approved outside activities approved requests Characteristics of Approved Conflict-Of-Interest Issues conflict-of-interest statutes Controls Over Employees criteria determine discussed draft report Employee Conduct Standards employee's official duties employees approved employees at grade employees to obtain employees with approved employment engage ethics programs executive branch Executive Order Extent and Characteristics federal employees files financial disclosure reports fiscal years 1988 focused specifically Government Ethics grade 13 hematology included lecture MSPB NIH employees NIH's nosocomial infections Nuclear Regulatory Commission number of employees obtain approval office for private Office of Government OGE guidance OGE recommended OPM's oswer policies private gain prohibited receive compensation received approval require employees required approvals sample Small Business Administration speaking and consulting speech standard-of-conduct regulations supervisors Table U.S. Trade Representative USTR violations Yes Yes