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On September 13, 2011, the Office of Government Ethics published in the Federal Register proposed amendments to the regulation governing standards of ethical conduct for executive branch employees of the Federal Government to impose limits on the use of gift exceptions by all employees to accept gifts from registered lobbyists and lobbying
Notice is hereby given of the appointment of members of the updated OGE Senior Executive Service (SES) Performance Review Board.
The Office of Government Ethics proposes to amend the executive branch regulation regarding qualified trusts. The proposed amendments would make a few minor substantive changes, but would primarily put the regulation in a more logical order, make it more readable, and eliminate redundant provisions.
The Office of Government Ethics is proposing amendments to the regulation governing standards of ethical conduct for executive branch employees of the Federal Government, to impose limits on the use of gift exceptions by all employees to accept gifts from registered lobbyists and lobbying organizations, and to implement the lobbyist gift ban for
The Office of Government Ethics is updating its executive branch regulation on financial disclosure to reflect the retroactive statutory increase of the reporting thresholds for gifts and travel reimbursements. As a matter of regulatory policy, OGE is also raising the widely attended gatherings nonsponsor gifts exception dollar ceiling under the
OGE is issuing this rule to designate an additional departmental component for purposes of the oneyear postemployment conflict of interest restriction at 18 U.S.C. 207(c).
The Office of Government Ethics is issuing a proposed rule amendment that would permit Government employees to participate in particular matters affecting the financial interests of nonprofit organizations in which they serve in an official capacity, notwithstanding the employees' imputed financial interest. This document also proposes an
The U.S. Office of Government Ethics (OGE) proposes to add a new Routine Use to OGE/GOVT1, Executive Branch Personnel Public Financial Disclosure Reports and Other NameRetrieved Ethics Program Records. This action is necessary to comply with the requirements of the Privacy Act to publish in the Federal Register notice of the existence and