Title

18 USC 205(a)(2): From Doctrine to Implementation

Description

In this one hour distance learning event OGE staff (Leigh Francis and Rachel Dowell from OGE’s Ethics Law and Policy Branch) will discuss the elements of 18 U.S.C. § 205(a)(2) and provide specific examples to help participants understand the nuances of the prohibition.

 

Course Materials


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362 KB Powerpoint - 18 USC 205.pptx
472 KB 18 USC 205 Flowchart.pdf

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