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e-CFR Data is current as of July 23, 2014

TITLE 43—Public Lands: Interior

Subtitle A—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR

PART 20—EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES AND CONDUCT

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§20.101
Cross-references to ethical conduct, financial disclosure and other applicable regulations.
§20.102
Definitions.
§20.103
Employee responsibilities.
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Subpart B—DEPARTMENT ETHICS PROGRAM

§20.201
Ethics officials.
§20.202
Ethics program responsibilities.
§20.203
Exclusion from confidential financial disclosure requirement for certain special Government employees.
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Subpart C—ACCEPTANCE AND PAYMENT OF TRAVEL AND RELATED EXPENSES

§20.301
General policy.
§20.302
Exclusions.
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Subpart D—SPECIAL PROVISIONS GOVERNING FINANCIAL AND OTHER OUTSIDE INTERESTS OF CERTAIN EMPLOYEES OF THE DEPARTMENT

§20.401
Interests in Federal lands.
§20.402
Interests in underground or surface coal mining operations.
§20.403
Certificates of disclaimer.
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Subpart E—OTHER EMPLOYEE CONDUCT PROVISIONS

§20.501
General policy.
§20.502
Conformance with policy and subordination to authority.
§20.503
Scope of authority.
§20.504
Selling or soliciting.
§20.505
Habitual use of intoxicants.
§20.506
Appropriations, legislation and lobbying.
§20.507
Unlawful organizations.
§20.508
Notary.
§20.509
Penalty mail and official stationery.
§20.510
Fraud or false statements in a Government matter.
§20.511
Carrying of firearms.
§20.512
Labor practices.
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Subpart F—DISCIPLINARY AND REMEDIAL ACTIONS

§20.601
General.
§20.602
Remedial action.
§20.603
Appealing an order for remedial action.


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