Title

Ethics Program Planning for a Presidential Election Year (Summit 2020)

Description

Ethics Program Planning for a Presidential Election Year 

Presidential election years place serious demands upon executive branch ethics programs. Managing the increased workload in advice and counsel, financial disclosure, and ethics training requires sound planning, creativity, and careful execution. In this interactive workshop, we will work together to develop strategies for anticipating periods of increased workload, leveraging limited resources, and seeking assistance from other stakeholders in your organization.

  • Patrick Shepherd, Office of Government Ethics

Room A/B

Session 1 Date, Time

  
03/12/2020, 09:30 AM - 10:45 AM

Publication Date

02/20/2020

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