Schedule-at-a-glance Government Ethics Conference September 13-15, 2011
Orlando World Center Marriott
“I Didn’t Even Know That an Ethics Situation Was There.” The Ethics of RIFs: Dealing With
Ethical Issues Generated by the 112th Congress’ “Right Sizing” of the Federal Government
Don’t Get Caught in Congressional Crosshairs: What You Need to Know About the Legislative
Process and How OGE Can Help. Ethics by a Different Name: Winning the Hearts and Minds
of Your Fellow Employees With Effective Communication. Advising the Ethically-Challenged
System. The Yellow Brick Road to E-Filing. How Free Speech Intersects with Whistleblowing
Accepting Responsibility Responsibly: Preparing for and Responding to Organizational Crises.
What is “Market Value” and Why Do We Care? Ethics Training Sans Power Point. How to
Timely Identify New Entrance Confidential Filers? Apps and MAX and the CLOUD! Oh My!
Back to the Basics. How Alternative Pay Systems Impact Financial Disclosure. Capturing the
Criminals But Maybe Not the Reward Money: What To Do When Your Federal Employee
Helps Catch the Bad Guys and Is Offered A Reward That Implicates 18 U.S.C. 209. The
Complete History of Executive Branch Ethics: 1789-Present (Abridged) Ethics at 1600
In the near future, the Agency may be subject to Service Interruption Adjustments. This is not
desirable for the Agency. When Service Interruption Adjustments occur, Visitor Management
will be directed to issue credits to customers whose service was interrupted for at least 24 hours
due to the Agency’s error or an Act of God.
Customers will proceed through the front door, ignoring the Access Control desk, and will refuse
to sign in or provide their names, ranks, and Social Security numbers. Because of the Service
Interruption, the Intrusion Detection System will not function. Customers will employ the