The Legal Advisories page contains the DAEOgrams on substantive ethics issues published by OGE from 1992 to 2010, the Advisory Opinions published by OGE from 1979 to 2010, and the Legal Advisories, which OGE began publishing in 2011.
OGE clarifies its views on the application of 5 C.F.R. § 2635.702 and 5 C.F.R. § 2635.807 pertaining to uncompensated teaching, writing, and speaking.
This memorandum outlines several factors that an executive branch employee should consider in deciding when it is appropriate to assist an associate, either another Government employee or a private party, in efforts to obtain private sector employment.
Guidance on variety of ethics issues that commonly arise in procurement context, such as seeking employment, post-employment, financial conflicts of interest, outside employment, gifts and misuse of office.
The attachment, DO-06-023A, provides answers to some frequently asked ethics questions about working with Government contractors.
Use of the title "Administrative Law Judge," or "U.S. Administrative Law Judge," are references to an ALJ's official position and could be a violation of the Standards of Conduct when used on personal letterhead. In contrast, the use of "Judge," or "The Honorable" are commonly used honorifics that can be used on personal letterhead.
The bar on use of title and position set forth in 5 C.F.R. § 2635.807(b), like the related bar in 5 C.F.R. § 2635.702, do not apply to activities undertaken as part of an employee's official duties.
OGE addresses whether it is proper for a United States administrative law judge (ALJ) to use the title "Judge" and/or "Judge and Mrs." in personal correspondence.
An employee may not use or permit the use of his official position or title in connection with private service on the board of directors of a nonprofit or other organization, even if that entity has qualified for participation in the Combined Federal Campaign.
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