All Advisories for 2010
(Program) DO-10-021: The Final DAEOgram
The United States Office of Government Ethics announces the retirement of the DAEOgram. OGE will transmit guidance via Legal Advisories, Program Management Advisories, and Education Advisories.
(Legal) DO-10-020: New Public Financial Disclosure Form (OGE Form 278)
OGE replaces the SF 278 Executive Branch Personnel Public Financial Disclosure Report with a new form for collecting public financial disclosure reports in the Federal executive branch, the OGE Form 278.
(Legal) DO-10-017: 2009 Conflict of Interest Prosecution Survey
2009 Conflict of Interest Prosecution Survey
(Program) DO-10-015: 2010 Annual Survey of Ethics Officials
The United States Office of Government Ethics announces the launch of the 2010 Annual Survey of Ethics Officials. The survey provides OGE with information to enhance the executive branch ethics program.
(Program) DO-10-012: Annual Update of 18 U.S.C. § 207(c) Component Designations
The United States Office of Government Ethics reminds Designated Agency Ethics Officials of the annual requirement to forward a letter stating whether components currently designated should remain designated.
(Program) DO-10-011: Notifying the United States Office of Government Ethics of Filing Extensions
The United States Office of Government Ethics reminds agencies to notify OGE of all Presidentially Appointed Senate Confirmed (PAS) officials and Designated Agency Ethics Officials (DAEO) who received extensions of the filing deadline.
(Program) DO-10-007: 2010 Ethics Program Awards
The United States Office of Government Ethics announces the 2010 Ethics Program Award recipients.
(Program) DO-10-006: 2010 Due Dates for Public Financial Disclosure Reports of Executive Branch Officials Required to be Filed with OGE
The United States Office of Government Ethics announces the due dates for public financial disclosure reports of executive branch officials required to be filed with OGE in 2010.
(Legal) DO-10-005: Guidance on Waivers under 18 U.S.C. § 208(b), Authorizations under Agency Supplemental Regulations
Waivers under 18 U.S.C. § 208(b) and agency supplemental regulations and authorizations under 5 C.F.R. § 2635.502(d) must be issued prospectively in order to be valid.
(Legal) 10x1: Uncompensated Teaching, Writing, and Speaking
OGE clarifies its views on the application of 5 C.F.R. § 2635.702 and 5 C.F.R. § 2635.807 pertaining to uncompensated teaching, writing, and speaking.
(Legal) DO-10-004: FAQs on Post-Employment under the Ethics Pledge
Paragraphs 4 (post-employment cooling-off period) and 5 (post-employment lobbying ban) of the Ethics Pledge, Executive Order 13490, impose significant new post-employment restrictions on non-career appointees. [The guidance in this advisory was modified in 2017 by legal advisories LA-17-02
(Legal) DO-10-003: Attendance by Staff Accompanying Official Speakers
Attendance by particular personnel whose presence is truly essential to the performance of the Executive Branch speaker's official duties at a specific event does not violate either OGE’s long-standing gift rules or the Executive Order 13490 lobbyist gift ban. [The guidance in this advisory was modified in 2017 by legal advisories LA-17-02
(Legal) DO-10-002: Federal Travel Benefits and 18 U.S.C. § 208
This memorandum highlights 5 C.F.R. § 2640.203(d), which authorizes an employee to participate in official travel matters, with certain limits, notwithstanding the financial interest that may arise from an agency's provision of travel benefits and cost reimbursement to the employee.