DOD 5500.7-R PDF
Link. DoD R, Joint Ethics Regulation. Title. DoD R, Joint Ethics Regulation. Attachments. Created at 11/18/ AM by System Account. Ethics: Criminal Statutes: 18 U.S.C. § ; Office of Government Ethics Regulations: 5 C.F.R. Chapter XVI; DoD Supplemental Regulations: 5 C.F.R. Part . DoD R. 51FSS Links. 51FSS Magazine; Events Calendar; 51FSS Facebook; 51FSS Twitter; 51FSS Flickr; 51FSS Instagram; 51FSS YouTube; Interactive.
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He, His, Him, Himself Office of Government Ethics Title 32 National Guard Member Head of each DoD Component Head of each DoD Component command or organization General Counsel of each DoD Component Judge Advocate General of each Military Department DoD Standards of Conduct Office Director, Washington Headquarters Services Inspector General of each DoD Component Designation of Separate Agency Components Additional Exceptions for Gifts from Outside Sources Standard for Accomplishing Disqualification Limitation on Solicited Sales Use of Federal Government Resources Outside Employment and Activity Use of Military Title by Retirees or Reserves Impartiality of DoD Employees Participation in Conferences and Similar Events Fundraising and Membership Drives Relationships Governed by Other Authorities Teaching, Speaking, and Writing Relationship to illegal gratuities statute Acceptance from Non-Federal Sources Acceptance of Incidental Benefits Each traveling DoD employee Conflicts and Appearance of Conflicts Under 18 U.
Applicability to Enlistees and National Guard Members Waiver of 18 U. Contracts with DoD Employees Compensation From Other Sources Additional Pay or Allowances Interference with Military Duties Assignment of Reserves for Training Individuals Required to File. Information on Covered Positions Notification of Requirement to File Public Availability of Reports Individuals Required to File Office of Government Ethics Regulation Exceptions to Restrictions of 18 U. Guidance for Departing DoD Employees Violations of 41 U.
Initial and Annual Ethics Training Annual 5500.7-g Training Plans Single Source of Guidance. This Regulation provides a single source of standards of ethical conduct and ethics guidance, including direction in the areas of financial and employment disclosure systems, post-employment rules, enforcement, and training. A violation of this Regulation does not create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law by any person against the U.
The individual responsible for the administrative control of personnel within a unit or office, including assistance with training, travel, or personnel actions for individuals of the unit or office. Except in remote locations, the Agency Designee may act only after consultation with his local Ethics Counselor. For any military officer in grade or above who is in command and any civilian Presidential 55000.7-r confirmed by the Senate, the Agency Designee is his Ethics Counselor.
Any individual, firm, corporation, partnership, association, or other legal non-Federal entity that enters into a contract directly with DoD or a DoD Component to furnish services, supplies, or both, including construction.
Foreign governments or representatives of foreign governments that are engaged in selling to DoD or a DoD Component are defense contractors when acting in that context. Any DoD civilian officer or employee including special Government employees of any DoD Component including 55007-r non-appropriated fund activity. Any active duty Regular or Reserve military officer, including warrant officers.
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Any Reserve or National Guard member while performing official duties or functions under the authority of either title 10 or title 32, United States Code, or while engaged in any activity related to the performance of such duties or functions, including any time the member uses his Reserve or National Guard of the United States title or position, or any authority derived there from.
Any faculty member in a civil service position or hired pursuant to title 10, United States Code, and any student including a cadet or midshipman of an academy, college, university, or school of DoD. Consistent with labor agreements and international treaties and agreements, and host country laws, any foreign national working for a DoD Component except those hired pursuant to a defense contract.
Legal assistance officers or equivalent who also serves as Ethics Counselors must clearly separate these roles.
Communications received in an Ethics Counselor capacity are not protected by the attorney-client privilege while communications received in a legal assistance capacity may be. Attorneys who serve as Ethics Counselors must advise individuals being counseled as to the status of that privilege prior to any communications.
Any individual defined in subsection of this Regulation, above, after termination of active duty or termination of on DoD service, including Reserve military officers who served on fod duty for more than days and who are no longer on active duty, or who are in an inactive or retired status. Gifts as defined in 5 C.
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He, His, Him, Himself. These pronouns include she, hers, her, and herself. This section will be deleted in future reissuance of this Regulation. A commander, commanding officer, or other military or civilian DoD employee who exercises command authority within a Dos Component.
For the purposes of subsections A non-Federal entity is generally a self-sustaining, non-Federal person or organization, established, operated and controlled by any individual s acting outside the scope of any official capacity as officers, employees or agents of the Federal Government. A non-Federal entity may operate on DoD installations if do by the installation commander or higher authority under applicable regulations.
Information generally not available to the public, obtained in the course 5500.7-r one’s official DoD duties or position, which would normally not be releasable under the Freedom of Information Act, 5 U.
The term “non-public information” includes “inside information,” “proprietary information,” and “source selection information. Office of Government Ethics. The Federal Government agency responsible for overall direction and leadership concerning Executive Branch policies related to ethics in the Federal Government. Any effort to contact an individual to conduct or transact matters involving unofficial 5500.7-r, finance, or commerce.
This does not include off-duty employment of DoD employees employed in retail establishments. See DoD Directive Instruction An individual who currently holds an appointment in the Reserve of a Military Department, or is a military rod of the National Guard with Federal Government recognition.
Any military officer entitled to receive military retired pay, even though such pay may be waived or pending. See the definition at 18 U. It does not include enlisted members; however, for the purposes of this Regulation, enlisted members shall be considered special Government employees to the same extent that military officers are included in the meaning of the term.
Title 32 National Guard 500.7-r. National Guard members performing military training or other duties under title 32, United States Code, Reference l. Travel related gifts, including in kind subsistence and accommodations and payments or reimbursements of expenses, from non-Federal sources. A single, uniform source of standards of ethical conduct and ethics guidance shall be maintained within DoD, and each DoD Agency shall implement and administer a comprehensive ethics program to ensure compliance with such standards and guidance.
The following exception applies:. Provisions similar to those of sections and DoD DoD employees shall become familiar with all ethics provisions, including the standards set out in E. DoD employees shall become familiar with the scope of and authority for the official activities for cod they are responsible. Sound judgment must be dov. All DoD employees rod be prepared to account fully for the manner in which that judgment has been exercised.
Individual conduct, official programs and daily activities within DoD shall be accomplished lawfully and ethically.
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DoD employees shall adhere strictly to DoD policy of equal opportunity, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, or handicap, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. Exercise personal leadership and take personal responsibility through the DoD Component DAEO or designee for establishing and maintaining the DoD Component’s ethics program and be personally accountable for the DoD Component’s compliance with every requirement of this Regulation, including the ethics and procurement integrity training requirements.
When authorized, appoint a DoD Component DAEO, through a formal written delegation 500.7-r authority, who is qualified to oversee and supervise the DoD Component’s ethics programs for DoD employees, both civilian and military.