5 CFR 3101.110 - Additional rules for United States Customs Service employees.

§ 3101.110 Additional rules for United States Customs Service employees.
The following rules apply to the employees of the United States Customs Service and are in addition to §§ 3101.101 through 3101.104:
(a) Prohibition on outside employment. No employee of the USCS shall work for a customs broker, international carrier, bonded warehouse, foreign trade zone, cartman, law firm engaged in the practice of customs law or importation department of a business, nor be employed in any private capacity related to the importation or exportation of merchandise.
(b) Restrictions arising from employment of relatives. If the spouse of a USCS employee, or other relative who is dependent on or resides with a USCS employee, is employed in a position that the employee would be prohibited from occupying by paragraph (a) of this section, the employee shall file a report of family member employment with his or her supervisor. Supervisors shall forward such reports to the appropriate Regional Counsel for transmittal to the Chief Counsel. The employee shall be disqualified from participation in any matter involving the relative or the relative's employer unless an agency designee, with the advice and legal clearance of the DAEO or Office of the Chief Counsel, authorizes the employee to participate in the matter using the standard in § 2635.502(d) of this title.

Title 5 published on 2014-01-01

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United States Code
USC: Title 5a

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USC: Title 26a
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Executive Order ... 12674

Executive Order ... 12731