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Title 5Chapter XVISubchapter BPart 2641


TITLE 5—Administrative Personnel

CHAPTER XVI—OFFICE OF GOVERNMENT ETHICS

SUBCHAPTER B—GOVERNMENT ETHICS

PART 2641—POST-EMPLOYMENT CONFLICT OF INTEREST RESTRICTIONS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§2641.101
Purpose.
§2641.102
Applicability.
§2641.103
Enforcement and penalties.
§2641.104
Definitions.
§2641.105
Advice.
§2641.106
Applicability of certain provisions to Vice President.
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Subpart B—PROHIBITIONS

§2641.201
Permanent restriction on any former employee's representations to United States concerning particular matter in which the employee participated personally and substantially.
§2641.202
Two-year restriction on any former employee's representations to United States concerning particular matter for which the employee had official responsibility.
§2641.203
One-year restriction on any former employee's representations, aid, or advice concerning ongoing trade or treaty negotiation.
§2641.204
One-year restriction on any former senior employee's representations to former agency concerning any matter, regardless of prior involvement.
§2641.205
Two-year restriction on any former very senior employee's representations to former agency or certain officials concerning any matter, regardless of prior involvement.
§2641.206
One-year restriction on any former senior or very senior employee's representations on behalf of, or aid or advice to, a foreign entity.
§2641.207
One-year restriction on any former private sector assignee under the Information Technology Exchange Program representing, aiding, counseling or assisting in representing in connection with any contract with former agency.
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Subpart C—EXCEPTIONS, WAIVERS AND SEPARATE COMPONENTS

§2641.301
Statutory exceptions and waivers.
§2641.302
Separate agency components.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 2641—Positions Waived From 18 U.S.C. 207(c) and (f)
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 2641—Agency Components for Purposes of 18 U.S.C. 207(c)


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