The Office of Government Ethics offers several resources to answer Federal employees’ questions on ethics rules and novel issues. Federal employees can use this information to supplement annual ethics training or to educate themselves on novel issues. This material is not meant to replace the advice and counsel that agency ethics officials are trained to provide.
This video is an introduction to the periodic transaction reporting requirement for public financial disclosure filers.
This booklet provides basic information on the ethics laws and regulations.
This booklet summarizes the conflict of interest statutes and standards of ethical conduct.
This booklet provides a general introduction to some of the most common ethics and procurement integrity issues that arise in the contracting process.
An interactive web-based training module designed to be completed in about one hour and is intended for use by Special Government Employees (SGEs). The course contains a summary of ethics laws and rules that apply to SGEs and may be used as part of your initial or annual ethics training program.
This pamphlet provides a brief overview of the gifts rules.
An interactive web-based training module that is designed as an introduction to some of the most common ethics questions that contractors might encounter when they work with Government employees. It covers some of the ethics rules and principles that apply to Government employees, and might be especially appropriate for use by contractors who work in a Federal workplace, or who otherwise work closely with Government employees.
This pamphlet covers post-employment restrictions for executive branch employees.
This booklet provides an intermediate level summary of the ethics laws and regulations.
This pamphlet provides guidance on job seeking and post employment.