Ethical Considerations in the Public Sector
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Stay out of the headlines by understanding your ethical responsibilities as a public employee.
From Washington D.C., to the state house and city hall, accusations of conflicts of interest and ethical misconduct are in the headlines every day. Being a public official or public employee, sometimes it feels like someone has painted an ethics target on your back. Sometimes the ethical lapses are due to ignorance of the many laws. Knowing the ethical laws can help avoid being sucked in the fray. While the technicalities of the law vary from state to state or city to city, there are some basic principles that any public servant can observe to steer clear of the ethics law. This material will give public officials and public employees the warning signs that behavior may approach breaching ethics laws. The topic will look at real life situations from the perspective of someone who was both a prosecutor who investigated public officials and a counsel who tried to help his clients navigate through the landmines to ultimately serve the public. This information is critical for public officials and employees who want to stay out of the headlines for accusations of ethical misconduct or corruption.
Mark T. Morodomi, Former Supervising Attorney, City of Oakland
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