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Ethics manual for members, officers, and employees of the U.S. House of Representatives
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Standards of Official Conduct.
|Other titles||House ethics manual.|
|Statement||Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, 102d Congress, 2d session.|
|LC Classifications||KF4990.A359 U55 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 493 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||493|
|LC Control Number||94122278|
Consequently, the OCE has published nearly two dozen reports on members believed to have violated House rules—leading to cheers from government watchdog groups and to calls by some in Congress for gutting the office, which requires reauthorization at the beginning of and employees of the U.S. House of Representatives book new Congress. The findings of this initial review are then submitted to the Board. A Member, officer, or employee may not undertake any outside activity that creates a conflict of interest. No Senate resources or time will be used in connection with the teaching. When certain private positions and employment create for the Member or public official a fiduciary or a representational responsibility to a private client or a limited number of private parties, then such outside activities create the potential for a serious conflict of interest.
The OCE provides notice to Ethics manual for members subject of a review at each stage of the review process. The OCE has reviewed a wide variety of allegations relating to earmarks, travel, financial disclosure, and legal expense funds among other topics. In addition, in order to be permissible, the political consulting services for which the senior staff person is compensated may not be in a professional field such as law or accounting, and the other limitations on outside earned income and employment set forth in this chapter must be observed. Any publishing contract of a Member or senior staff person that provides for the payment of royalties to a charity or other person must nevertheless be submitted to the Standards Committee for prior approval.
The outside earned income of Members and senior staff are subject to the outside earned income limitation discussed later in this chapter. A political consulting firm that specializes in advising candidates for state office offers a consulting contract to a Member. OCE rule 4F deals squarely with the issue of exculpatory information. With regard to the practice of medicine, in the Standards Committee determined that medical practice is a profession covered by the prohibitions. However, action was slow and the responsibility for impeding its progress was attributed to then- Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Dennis Hastert.
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Such contracts may not provide any advance on royalties. The decision to begin a preliminary review lies solely with the Board of the OCE. Example However, the Standards Committee has recognized an exception to this rule when the deceased individual is an immediate family member of the Member or senior staff person.
Aprilat He is also an officer in the United States Navy Reserve. Accordingly, those activities are subject to the laws, rules, and standards of conduct governing the outside employment of Members and all staff.
Chapter 8 regarding campaign activity provides further detail on this point. A1, A5. A Member, before his election to the House, was vice president and general counsel of a small manufacturing company.
OCE rule 4F deals squarely with the issue of exculpatory information. Upon Ethics manual for members the House she will join a law firm and will open a new office for the firm.
The Committee does not have any and employees of the U.S. House of Representatives book to waive officers ban. Separate from the report, the Board may also include findings of fact, a description of information that the OCE could not obtain, a recommendation for the use of subpoenas, and citations to relevant law, rules, regulations, or standards or conduct.
Federal Office The Committee has held that a Senate employee is prohibited from forming a principal campaign committee under the Federal Election Campaign Act. These arrangements do not violate the prohibition against compensated board service. Because refund of the excess to the purchasers of the book was impracticable, the Committee required the Member to donate the amount in excess of the outside earned income limitation either to qualified charities or the U.
All fees for service must be either refused or turned over to the United States Treasury contact the Financial Clerk at the Disbursing Office for instructions on remitting the funds. Join 10 million other Americans using GovTrack to learn about and contact your representative and senators and track what Congress is doing each day.
Substantive committee responsibilities include assisting in the drafting of the committee bills or assisting at hearings and in mark-up as opposed to committee monitoring and liaison service for the personal office.
These new rules also bar the OCE from independently releasing statements publicly on pending or completed investigations. Since the firm was not actually named for her, it does not have to change its name upon her election.
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