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b.  Ship’s  store  officers  will (1)  review  the  DOD  Standards  of  Conduct  with  all  ship’s  store personnel  on  a  semiannual  basis; (2)  remind  local  vendors  and  suppliers  of  the  policy  and  prohibitions contained  here;  and (3)  ensure  that  signs  received  from  the  Navy  Resale  and  Services Support Office are conspicuously displayed in the ship’s store office and other appropriate  areas  for  observance  by  all  ship’s  store  personnel  and  vendors. Extracts  from  the  Department  of  the  Navy’s  Standards  of  Conduct  from SECNAVINST  5370.2  are  quoted  below: 1.  Purpose.  This  instruction  implements  and  supplements  DOD  Direc- tive  5500.7  of  15  Jan  1977,  Standards  of  Conduct  in  prescribing  required standards  of  ethical  conduct  governing  all  personnel  of  the  Department  of the Navy; related requirements applicable to all personnel in interpreting and executing  the  standards  of  conduct  and  related  requirements;  and  respon- sibilities  and  procedures  for  monitoring  and  enforcing  compliance  with  the standards of conduct and related requirements within the Department of the Navy. 2.   (not   quoted) 3.  Scope  and  Effect a.  Applicability.  The  provisions  of  this  instruction  apply  to  all  naval personnel  as  defined  in  subparagraph  4a.  The  provisions  of  subparagraph 6.1(2)  apply  to  all  retired  naval  personnel  and  members  of  reserve  components. The  provisions  of  paragraph  12  also  apply  to  all  retired  regular  officers. b.  Violations.  The  regulations  prescribed  in  paragraph  6  of  this instruction  are  a  general  order  upon  which  disciplinary  or  punitive  proceedings may  be  based  in  appropriate  cases.  Noncompliance  with  other  provisions  of this  instruction  are  expected  to  be  corrected  by  timely  and  appropriate  ad- ministrative measures. 4.   Definitions a.  Naval  personnel.  All  civilian  officers  and  employees  and  all  active duty  military  personnel  of  the  Department  of  the  Navy,  including  special government   employees   and   personnel   of   nonappropriated   fund instrumentalities. b.   (not   quoted) c.  (not  quoted) d. Gratuity. Any gift, favor, entertainment, hospitality, transportation, loan,  any  other  tangible  item,  and  any  intangible  benefit,  for  example,  dis- counts,  passes,  and  promotional  vendor  training—given  or  extended  to,  or on behalf of, naval personnel or their spouses, minor children, or households, for which fair market value is not paid by the recipient or the U.S. government. e. Appropriate supervisor. That superior within the chain of authority who is acquainted with the duties of the naval personnel concerned and can best  determine  the  existence  and  effect  of  any  conflict  of  interests  of  such personnel. Ordinarily, this will be the immediate superior of the person con- cerned. Each commanding officer or activity head should ensure that all per- sonnel  are  aware  of  the  identity  of  their  appropriate  supervisor. 5.  General  policies  governing  the  conduct  of  naval  personnel a.   Proper   conduct   of   official   activities. (1)  Naval  personnel  must  become  familiar  with  the  scope  of authority  for,  and  the  limitations  concerning,  the  activities  for  which  they have  responsibilities. AII-9

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