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18 USC 203: Receipt of Compensation for Representational Services

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In this 1 hour broadcast, Monica Ashar from OGE’s Ethics Law and Policy Branch will discuss 18 U.S.C. § 203, which prohibits compensation for certain representational activities. This session will present an overview of the elements, as well as provide examples that illustrate the nuances of the prohibition. It will also explain how the prohibition applies not only to current employees, but also to those who are entering government service and leaving government service.

 

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