USOGE

AcronymDefinition
USOGEUnited States Office of Government Ethics
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While creation of the USOGE did not eliminate these problems, or ensure complete consistency in policies, the agency has reported significant progress over the years.
(Information on conflict of interest guidelines is largely drawn from USOGE, 2002a).
Generally, employees are free do what they want in their free time, including earning additional income, as long as this income is not directly related to their governmental duties (USOGE, 2002b).