03 Feb 2021 - 04 Feb 2021
This 4-hour workshop delivered in 2-hour sessions over 2 days (4 CPE) addresses common
ethical problem areas for government employees. It focuses on the importance of culture
in maintaining an ethical work environment. Topics covered include: 1) use of government
position; 2) conflict of interest – financial; 3) impartiality; 4) seeking other employment;
5) outside activities; and 6) gifts. Examples of applicable statutes and regulations are
incorporated into the presentation. The workshop is case based with extensive participant
discussion throughout the workshop.
The structure of this course calls for 2-hour daily virtual sessions over a two-day period. Note
that full CPE credit is available only for participants who attend the entire workshop.
What You Will Learn
After successful completion of this workshop, participants will be:
- More aware of and better prepared for ethical dilemmas present in the work environment.
- Exposed to applicable statutes and regulations.
- Provided an opportunity to raise questions regarding ethical issues and discuss possible approaches and solutions.
Who Should Attend
Personnel from governmental departments and agencies, component units, universities, and non-profit organizations including accountants, grant and program managers, procurement, budget and administrative staff.
With funding support from the United States Department of the Interior, Office of Insular Affairs, courses are available free of charge for government accountability professionals within the insular areas. The course fee is waived and there is no cost to register and attend, Professionals who do not meet the above criteria, please contact email@example.com.