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(3) Active duty regular officers of the Navy and Marine Corpsman not  be  employed  by  any  person  furnishing  naval  supplies  or  war  materials to the United States. If such an officer is so employed, his entitlement to pay ceases  for  so  long  as  he  is  so  employed. (4)   Off-duty   employment   of   military   personnel   by   an   entity involved  in  a  strike  is  permissible  if  the  person  was  on  the  payroll  of  the entity before the commencement of this instruction. After a strike begins and while it continues, no military personnel may accept employment by that in- volved  entity  at  the  strike  location. (5)   Naval   personnel   are   encouraged   to   engage   in   teaching, lecturing,  and  writing.  Naval  personnel,  however,  must  not,  either  for  or without  compensation,  engage  in  activities  that  are  dependent  on  informa- tion obtained as a result of their government employment, except when the information  has  been  published  or  is  generally  available  to  the  public,  or  it will be made generally available to the public and the official authorized to release such information to the public gives written authorization for the use of  nonpublic  information  on  the  basis  that  the  use  is  in  the  public  interest. (6) Civilian Presidential appointees in the Department of the Navy must   not   receive   compensation   or   anything   of   monetary   value   for   any consultation,  lecture,  discussion,  writing,  or  appearance,  the  subject  matter of which is devoted substantially to naval responsibilities, programs, or opera- tions or which draws substantially from official material which has not become part  of  the  body  of  public  information. n.   Gambling,   betting,   and   lotteries.   While   on   government-owned, leased,  or  controlled  property,  otherwise  while  on  duty  for  the  government, naval  personnel  must  not  participate  in  any  gambling  activity,  including  a lottery  or  pool,  a  game  for  money  or  property,  or  the  sale  or  purchase  of a number slip or ticket. The only exceptions are for activities which have been specifically  approved  by  the  Secretary  of  the  Navy. o. Indebtedness. Naval personnel must pay their just financial obliga- tion in a timely manner, particularly those imposed by laws (such as federal, state and local taxes), so that their indebtedness does not adversely affect the government as their employer. The Department of the Navy is not required to  determine  the  validity  or  amount  of  disputed  debts. 7.  Responsibilities  for  action a.   (not   quoted) b.   (not   quoted) c. Commanding officers and heads of activities. The basic responsibility for complying with the requirements of this instruction rests with individual personnel  concerned,  but  the  primary  responsibility  for  ensuring  such  com- pliance must rest with officers exercising command or similar authority over personnel.  Each  commanding  officer  or  head  of  a  command,  bureau,  office, or  activity  is  specifically  responsible  for  the  following: (1)  The  continuing  dissemination  of  the  applicable  information  in this instruction to all naval personnel within his organization at least semi- annually, in a manner which will ensure familiarity and compliance with the pertinent provisions of this instruction by all personnel. (This is a continuing requirement and is in addition to the initial briefing required by paragraph 10.) (2)  The  establishment  and  continuing  execution  of  the  procedures and controls prescribed in paragraph 9, below, to ensure that each position is reviewed as required by paragraph 9j that all naval personnel within his organization  who  are  required  to  file  confidential  statements  of  affiliations and financial interests (DD Form 1555) do file them in a timely manner and that  such  statements  are  promptly  and  carefully  reviewed. AII-16

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