Academic journal article Journal of Power and Ethics

DAJA-SC Memorandum, Subject: Determination That a Qualified Individual Need Not Be Present for Annual Ethics Training (AET) under Certain Circumstances (25 October 1994)

Academic journal article Journal of Power and Ethics

DAJA-SC Memorandum, Subject: Determination That a Qualified Individual Need Not Be Present for Annual Ethics Training (AET) under Certain Circumstances (25 October 1994)

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
OFFICE OF THE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL
WASHINGTON DC 20310-2200

DAJA-SC (600-50)

25 October 1994

MEMORANDUM FOR SEE DISTRIBUTION

SUBJECT: Determination that a Qualified Individual need not be present for Annual Ethics Training (AET) under certain circumstances

1. On 27 September 1993, in my capacity as Chief, Army Standards of Conduct Office, I waas delegated the authority tomake determinations under 5 C.F.R. [section] 2638.704(d)(2)(i).

2. Pursuant to 5 C.F.R. [section] 2638.704(d)(2)(i) and the DOD Joint Ethics Regulation (JER), DOD 5500.7-R, paragraph 11-302b, I have determined that it is impracticable for a Qualified Individual to be present for AET when the personnel to be trained must travel more than 50 miles from their principal place of duty in order to attend training. Under these circumstances, an individual may be trained with materials prepared by a Qualified Individual, provided those materials include the name and phone number of the Ethics Counselor assigned to that individual's organization.

3. Under this determination, the principal place of duty for a member of the U. …

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