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The Citizens Ethics Advisory Board concluded that a former employee of the Department of Children and Families may engage in post-state employment in a position that would involve contact with staff of the Department of Children and Families without violating General Statutes 1-84b (b) as she will be performing technical/nondiscretionary work implementing an existing contract between her new employer and her former state agency.
The Citizens Ethics Advisory Board concluded that General Statutes 1-101nn (b) does not prohibit a firm from serving as a subcontractor in the construction phase of a State project, even though it served as a sub-consultant in the design phase of the same project, given that it did not contract with the State in the design phase, and assuming that it is not associated with the firm that did, in fact, contract with the State in that phase.
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The employee may also fulfill the licensing requirements during her regular state work hours but only to the extent of the overlap between her established state job duties and the licensing requirements.The Citizens Ethics Advisory Board concluded that a permanent (full-time) legislative employee who voluntarily reduces his or her work schedule to less than 40 hours and uses compensatory, vacation and/or personal time to cover the remaining hours is not part-time for purposes of an exemption to the outside employment restrictions under General Statutes 1-84 (d) and, therefore, may not make use of the exemption.The Citizens Ethics Advisory Board concluded that the prohibition in General Statutes 1-97 (c) (2)which bars a lobbyist from attempt[ing] to influence any legislative or administrative action for the purpose of thereafter being employed to secure its defeatis violated only if there is evidence (be it direct or circumstantial) of a lobbyists make-work intent at the time he or she attempts to influence such action (i.e., intent to be employed afterward to secure its defeat).Speaker may accept outside employment with Everyone Can Help Out, provided that he does not solicit business from either client or communicator lobbyists, that he is hired by virtue of his expertise (rather than his state office), and that he abides by the limitations discussed in the opinion.as defined in 1-91(20), is not a "communicator lobbyist," as defined in 1-91 (22), but that the question of whether a business organization may thus make an ad book purchase under 9-601a (b) (1) (B) must be answered by the State Elections Enforcement Commission.concluded that a state representative who is not chair of any committee, may accept outside employment with the Cancer Support Community of Southern Connecticut, provided that he abides by the limitations discussed in the opinion.
concluded that the petitioners role as a ranking member of the Energy and Technology Committeea role, we note, that he relinquished after accepting employment with NUdid not create a conflict so significant as to prohibit him from being employed by an entity subject to the Committees jurisdiction.