The agency has actively promoted annual ethics training to encourage agency-wide attendance. HUD’s supplemental ethics training facilitates the promotion of an ethical culture at the agency.
Kristen Perry HS415-Unit 7 Assignment 5 The agency requires departing employees to consult with the ethics officials in-person as part of the exit process. The OGE also noted areas that could improve in the ethical decision-making processes at HUD as: Develop a process to ensure financial disclosure reports are assessed for retention and destroyed when appropriate. Develop a plan to improve the timeliness of filing and certification of confidential financial disclosure reports. Develop a plan to ensure that all new employees receive initial ethics orientation within 90 days of employment. Develop a plan to escalate instances where filers have not confirmed training attendance (United States Office of Government Ethics, 2013) References:
Kristen Perry HS415-Unit 7 Assignment 6 CPD - Environment | HUD.gov / U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). (2019, December 17). Retrieved March 13, 2020, from Housing and Urban Development. (n.d.). Environmental Guidance - HUD | HUD.gov / U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Retrieved March 13, 2020, from United States Environmental Protection Agency. (2020, February 14). Environmental Justice. Retrieved March 15, 2020, from United States Office of Government Ethics. (2013). Ethics Program Review/U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (Report No. 13-34). Retrieved from %20Reports/5149C73D63532E8C85257EA40070E434/$FILE/cdacfb96eee34fb49 5a6fb2f8280c33a2.pdf?open