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Title 5Chapter XLVPart 5501


TITLE 5—Administrative Personnel

CHAPTER XLV—DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

PART 5501—SUPPLEMENTAL STANDARDS OF ETHICAL CONDUCT FOR EMPLOYEES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

rule
§5501.101
General.
§5501.102
Designation of HHS components as separate agencies.
§5501.103
Gifts from federally recognized Indian tribes or Alaska Native villages or regional or village corporations.
§5501.104
Prohibited financial interests applicable to employees of the Food and Drug Administration.
§5501.105
Exemption for otherwise disqualifying financial interests derived from Indian or Alaska Native birthrights.
§5501.106
Outside employment and other outside activities.
§5501.107
Teaching, speaking and writing by special Government employees in the Public Health Service.
§5501.108
Exception to the prohibition against assisting in the prosecution of claims against, or acting as an agent or attorney before, the Government, applicable only to employees assigned to federally recognized Indian tribes or Alaska Native villages or regional or village corporations pursuant to the Intergovernmental Personnel Act.
§5501.109
Prohibited outside activities applicable to employees of the National Institutes of Health.
§5501.110
Prohibited financial interests applicable to senior employees of the National Institutes of Health.
§5501.111
Awards tendered to employees of the National Institutes of Health.
§5501.112
One-year disqualification of employees of the National Institutes of Health from certain matters involving an award donor.

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