24 CFR 982.161 - Conflict of interest.

§ 982.161 Conflict of interest.
(a) Neither the PHA nor any of its contractors or subcontractors may enter into any contract or arrangement in connection with the tenant-based programs in which any of the following classes of persons has any interest, direct or indirect, during tenure or for one year thereafter:
(1) Any present or former member or officer of the PHA (except a participant commissioner);
(2) Any employee of the PHA, or any contractor, subcontractor or agent of the PHA, who formulates policy or who influences decisions with respect to the programs;
(3) Any public official, member of a governing body, or State or local legislator, who exercises functions or responsibilities with respect to the programs; or
(4) Any member of the Congress of the United States.
(b) Any member of the classes described in paragraph (a) of this section must disclose their interest or prospective interest to the PHA and HUD.
(c) The conflict of interest prohibition under this section may be waived by the HUD field office for good cause.

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