5 CFR 2641.207 - One-year restriction on any former private sector assignee under the Information Technology Exchange Program representing, aiding, counseling or assisting in representing in connection with any contract with former agency.

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§ 2641.207 One-year restriction on any former private sector assignee under the Information Technology Exchange Program representing, aiding, counseling or assisting in representing in connection with any contract with former agency.
(a) Basic prohibition of 18 U.S.C. 207(l). For one year after the termination of his assignment from a private sector organization to an agency under the Information Technology Exchange Program, 5 U.S.C. chapter 37, no former assignee shall knowingly represent, or aid, counsel or assist in representing any other person in connection with any contract with that agency.
(b) Exceptions and waivers. The prohibition of 18 U.S.C. 207(l) does not apply to a former employee who is:
(1) Acting on behalf of the United States.See§ 2641.301(a).
(2) Acting as an elected State or local government official.See§ 2641.301(b).
(3) Testifying under oath.See§ 2641.301(f).
(4) Acting on behalf of an international organization pursuant to a waiver.See§ 2641.301(h).
(5) Acting as an employee of a Government-owned, contractor-operated entity pursuant to a waiver.See§ 2641.301(i).
(c) Commencement and length of restriction. 18 U.S.C. 207(l) is a one-year restriction. The one-year period is measured from the date when the individual's assignment under the Information Technology Exchange Program terminates.
(d) Represent, aid, counsel, or assist in representing. [Reserved]
(e) In connection with any contract with the former agency. [Reserved]

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