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Joint_Ethics_10 - Joint Ethics To understand the origins...

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Unformatted text preview: Joint Ethics To understand the origins and scope of the ethic requirements To understand your duties as a DOD employee To become familiar with the gift, travel, and use of government resources rules Purpose JER Background and Scope JER General Policy and Duties Key Rules Joint Ethics Regulation Overview Replaced AFR 30-30 DOD Directive 5500.7-R (30 Aug.. 93) No Service Supplementing Regulations Applies to all DOD employees, regardless of civilian or military grade 12 Chapters, Punitive Provisions JER Background Set a personal example for fellow DOD employees Perform all official duties to facilitate Fed Government efficiency and economy Report suspected violations of ethics regulations Ethical Duties Loyalty to Constitution, laws and ethical principles above private gain No conflicts of financial interests No improper use of information to further private interests Honest effort in performance of duties No unauthorized commitments or promises Principles of Ethical Conduct No use of public office for private gain Impartial, no preferential treatment Conserve Federal property No outside employment/conflicts with official duties Disclose waste, fraud, and abuse Ethical Conduct (continued) Do not use rank or position to further private interest Prohibited from commercial solicitation and sale to Junior ranking personnel (exception one-time basis for house, vehicle, etc.)basis for house, vehicle, etc....
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