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Departmental Ethics Office
Ethics @ DOI
About the Office
Bureaus and Offices
Biden Administration Ethics Pledge Waivers
Basic Obligation of Public Service
Government-wide Ethics Laws
Conflicts and Impartiality
DOI Ethics Prohibitions (Unique to DOI Employees)
Ethics in Emergency Situations
Ethics Pledge Overview
Use of Your Public Office (Use of Public Position)
Use of Government Property, Time, and Information
Outside Work and Activities
Seeking Non-Federal Employment
Restrictions on Post-Government Employment
Special Government Employees
Annual Ethics Training
Initial Ethics Training
Forms & Deadlines
Widely Attended Gatherings (DI-1958)
Acceptance of Travel Expenses (DI-2000)
Outside Work and Activities (DI-7010)
Requests for Financial Disclosure Reports (OGE Form 201)
STOCK Act Notification Form
Integrity is Our Mission.
Providing stewardship for America with integrity and excellence.
Political Activity and the 2022 Election
Learn about federal employees' obligations to maintain partisan neutrality in federal programs.
DOI Ethics App
Learn more about accessing information about your ethics obligations from your phone.
Ethics Reminders for Teleworking Employees
Learn more about how the ethics rules apply when you work remotely from home or an alternative work location.
Learn about the rules governing gifts from outside sources, gifts between employees, and gifts from foreign governments.
Working for the Census
Learn more about DOI employees' eligibility to work as census takers during the 2020 Census.
Financial Disclosure Reports
Learn about the requirements for filing financial disclosure reports.
Strengthening Your Ethics Muscle: With Few Exceptions, Endorsements Are Prohibited
Election Day is Quickly Approaching: A Hatch Act Reminder
Ethics Reminders for Emergency or Disaster Situations
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