For Employees and Class A Contractors
Any situation in which a financial or other personal considerations may compromise or appear to compromise (1) an employee's or Class A Contractor's business judgement; (2) delivery of services; (3) ability for an employee or Class A Contractor to do his or her job. An actual or potential conflict of Interest occurs when an employee or Class A Contractor is in a position to influence a decision that may result in a personal gain for that employer or Class A Contractor for a relative as a result of business dealings. For the purpose of this policy, a relative shall be defined as a spouse, child, parent, grandparent, grandchild, sister or brother, including step and in-law relations.
(1) To hold, directly or indirectly, a position or a financial interest in any outside concern from which the individual has reason to believe the County secures foods or services (including the services of buying, or selling stocks, bonds, or other securities), or that provides services competitive with the system. (2) To compete, directly or indirectly, with the County in the purchase or sale of property or property rights, interests, or services.
To render directive, managerial, or consultative services to any outside concern that does business with, or competes with the services of the County, or to render other services in competition with the County.
To disclose or use information relating to the County's business for the personal profit or advantage of the individual or his/her immediate family.
To accept gifts, excessive entertainment, or other favors from any outside concern that does, or is seeking to do, business with, or is a competitor of, the County - under circumstances from which it might be inferred that such action was intended to influence or possibly would influence the individual in the performance of his/her duties.
If there are none, type "None".
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