5 CFR 2635.703 - Use of nonpublic information.
(a) Prohibition. An employee shall not engage in a financial transaction using nonpublic information, nor allow the improper use of nonpublic information to further his own private interest or that of another, whether through advice or recommendation, or by knowing unauthorized disclosure.
(b) Definition of nonpublic information. For purposes of this section, nonpublic information is information that the employee gains by reason of Federal employment and that he knows or reasonably should know has not been made available to the general public. It includes information that he knows or reasonably should know:
(1) Is routinely exempt from disclosure under 5 U.S.C. 552 or otherwise protected from disclosure by statute, Executive order or regulation;
(2) Is designated as confidential by an agency; or
(3) Has not actually been disseminated to the general public and is not authorized to be made available to the public on request.
Title 5 published on 2015-01-01
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 5 CFR Part 2635 after this date.
- 5 CFR 9303.102 — Prior Approval for Certain Outside Activities.
- 5 CFR 5201.104 — Additional Rules for Office of the Inspector General Employees.
- 5 CFR 4401.102 — Prohibited and Restricted Financial Interests and Transactions.
- 5 CFR 3201.109 — Provisions of 5 CFR Part 2635 Not Applicable to Corporation Employees.
- 5 CFR 4501.103 — Prior Approval for Certain Outside Activities.
- 29 CFR 71.14 — Use of Nonpublic Information.
- 36 CFR 1202.28 — What Rules Do NARA Employees Follow in Managing Personal Information?
- 47 CFR 19.735-203 — Nonpublic Information.
- 48 CFR 3.104-2 — General.