43 CFR 20.203 - Exclusion from confidential financial disclosure requirement for certain special Government employees.

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§ 20.203 Exclusion from confidential financial disclosure requirement for certain special Government employees.
In an instance involving the proposed employment of a special Government employee for highly specialized and limited duties, the head of the bureau or office may propose to the Designated Agency Ethics Official (DAEO) a reporting of financial interests restricted to such interests as may be determined to be relevant to the duties the special Government employee is to perform. The DAEO may, under the provisions of 5 CFR 2634.905, exclude the special Government employee from all or a portion of the confidential reporting requirements of the OGE Form 450. Any confidential financial disclosure requirement must be satisfied by the special Government employee before he begins his employment.

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U.S. Code: Title 5 - GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION AND EMPLOYEES
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