DAJA-SC Memorandum, Subject: Appointment of Ethics Counselors and Delegation of Authority UP Joint Ethics Regulation (JER)(1 October 1993)

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DAJA-SC Memorandum, Subject: Appointment of Ethics Counselors and Delegation of Authority UP Joint Ethics Regulation (JER)(1 October 1993)


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

DAJA-SC (600-50)

1 October 1993

MEMORANDUM FOR SEE DISTRIBUTION

SUBJECT Appointment of Ethics Counselors and Delegation of Authority UP Joint Ethics Regulation (JER)

1 Pursuant to appointment as a Deputy Designated Agency Ethics Official (DAEO) and the delegation of authority by the Army Designated Agency Ethics Official, dated 27 September 1993 (enclosed), I hereby appoint the listed addressees as Ethics Counselors for their respective commands and redelegate the following authority to them a. To appoint subordinate Ethics Counselors, with the discretion to redelegate this authority (JER 1-214, 1-401b); Ethics Counselors will have the responsibilities set out in JER 1-413, elsewhere in the JER, in this delegation and in any authorized redelegation; copies of all appointments will be forwarded to the DA Standards of Conduct Office

b. To issue written opinions to current and former WD employees of their respective organizations concerning the applicability of 10 U S C [section] 2397a and 2391b, 41 U S C [section] 423, and other post-Government employment restrictions, with the discretion to redelegate to subordinate Ethics Counselors with sufficient knowledge in this area (S C F R 2635 602(a)(2)~ JER 1-401d, JER 9-500 et seq.).

c. To issue other written ethics opinions to current and former DOD employees of their respective organizations concerning limitations on outside employment, prohibitions against accepting honoraria (5 C F R [section] 2636.103), or other standards of ethical conduct issues (5 C F R [section] 2635.107), with the discretion to redelegate to subordinate Ethics Counselors with sufficient knowledge to deal with these issues

d. To act as reviewing officials for Confidential Financial Disclosure Reports (SF 450), for filing within their respective organizations, with the discretion to redelegate to subordinate Ethics Counselors (5 C F R [section] 2634 60S and JER 7-306)

e. To grant extensions to employees within their respective organizations for the annual filing of the Confidential Financial Disclosure Report (SF 450), not to exceed 30 days beyond 30 November of each year, without the power to redelegate

f. …

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