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Ethics Training

Initial Ethics Training

Within 90 days of entering duty, all DoD employees shall be required to receive the Initial Ethics Training.

Annual Ethics Training

All DoD employees who are required to file either the SF-278 or SF-450 financial disclosure forms are also required to complete annual ethics training. Please contact your Ethics Counselor for details.

References

--Title 5, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 2638, "Office of Government Ethics and Executive Agency Ethics Program Responsibilities," current edition

--Federal acquisition Regulation, Part 3.104, current edition

--Title 41, United States Code, Section 423

--Executive Order 12674, "Principles of Ethical Conduct for Government Officers and Employees," April 12, 1989

--Title 5, Code of Ethical Regulations, Part 2635, "Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of the Executive Branch," current edition

 
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