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United States Office of Government Ethics, Preventing Conflicts of Interest in the Executive Branch

Media Resources

One of OGE’s main purposes is to help ensure public confidence in Government decision-making. OGE accomplishes this goal by providing the Executive branch with the regulatory framework for preventing conflicts of interest in Government work and by promoting the ethical behavior of employees in the Executive branch.

Public confidence depends upon ready access to information and a greater public awareness of Government operations and activities. This media page is intended to provide you with access to documents and information frequently requested by the media, including links to OGE's schedule of important ethics dates, and information about various ethics laws, rules, and advisories.

This information should enable you to better understand OGE and its unique leadership role in promoting ethics in the Executive Branch. If you are unable to find an answer to a question you have, after reading our frequently asked media questions, feel free to contact
OGE’s Media Liaison.

OGE Agency Profile
This profile provides an overview of the executive branch ethics program and OGE. It also includes detailed information about OGE’s leadership, structure, and components; major functional areas; and critical management practices. (print layout version).

This section provides you with easy access and information about various documents frequently requested by the Media.

Media FAQs
Find answers to questions frequently asked by the media.