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Title 39Chapter IIIPart 3000 → Subpart A


Title 39: Postal Service
PART 3000—STANDARDS OF CONDUCT


Subpart A—General Provisions


Contents
§3000.5   Post-employment restrictions.
§3000.10   Additional required notification of disqualification when seeking employment.
§3000.15   Additional limitation on acceptance of anything of value.
§3000.20   [Reserved]

Source: 82 FR 50321, Oct. 31, 2017, unless otherwise noted.

§3000.5   Post-employment restrictions.

All former employees of the Postal Regulatory Commission (Commission) are subject to the following restrictions on appearance and practice before the Commission on behalf of any participant, including the United States Postal Service (Postal Service):

(a) No former employee of the Commission may practice or act as an attorney, expert witness, or representative in connection with any proceeding or matter before the Commission that the former employee has handled, advised, or participated in the consideration of while in the service of the Commission.

(b) No former employee of the Commission may within 1 year after his or her employment has ceased, practice before or act as an attorney, expert witness, or representative in connection with any proceeding or matter before the Commission that was under the official responsibility of such individual, as defined in 18 U.S.C. 202(b), while in the service of the Commission.

§3000.10   Additional required notification of disqualification when seeking employment.

(a) Notwithstanding 5 CFR 2635.603(a), an employee that seeks employment with the Postal Service must provide written notice of disqualification to the Designated Agency Ethics Official (DAEO) consistent with 5 CFR 5601.103(a). The DAEO will inform the employee and the employee's supervisor in writing of each matter from which the employee is disqualified from participating.

(b) An employee may withdraw written notice under paragraph (a) of this section consistent with 5 CFR 5601.103(b).

§3000.15   Additional limitation on acceptance of anything of value.

Regardless of 5 CFR 2635.203(b)(7), a Commission employee may not accept a gift from the Postal Service, unless another exception or exclusion to 5 CFR 2635.203 applies or a waiver is granted by the DAEO.

§3000.20   [Reserved]

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