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or  their  private  sector  employers  to  gain  unfair  advantage  over  civilian competitors. g.   Gratuities. (1) Except as provided in subparagraph 6g(2) below, naval personnel and  their  spouses,  minor  children,  and  members  of  their  households  must not  solicit,  accept,  or  agree  to  accept  any  gratuity  for  themselves,  members of  their  families,  or  others,  either  directly  or  indirectly  from,  or  on  behalf of, a defense contractor. A defense contractor is a person or other entity which (a) is engaged in or seeks business or financial relations of any sort  with  any  DOD  component, (b)  conducts  operations  or  activities  that  are  either  regulated by  a  DOD  component  or  significantly  affected  by  DOD  decisions,  or (c)  has  interests  that  may  be  substantially  affected  by  the performance  of  the  official  duties  of  DOD  personnel. (2)  This  general  prohibition  does  not  apply  to  the  following: (a)  The  continued  participation  in  employee  welfare  or benefit plans of a former employee when permitted by law and approved by the  appropriate  Standards  of  Conduct  counselor; (b)  The  acceptance  of  unsolicited  advertising  or  promotional items that are less than $5 in retail value; (c)   Trophies,   entertainment,   prizes,   or   awards   for   public service or achievement or given in games or contests which are clearly open to the public or which are officially approved for naval personnel participation; (d)  Things  available  to  the  public  (such  as  university  scholarships covered   by   DOD   Directive   1322.6   and   free   exhibitions   by   Defense   con- tractors  at  public  trade  fairs); (e)   Discounts   or   concessions   extended   Navy   and   Marine Corps-wide  and  realistically  available  to  all  naval  personnel; (f)  Participation  by  naval  personnel  in  civic  and  community activities  when  the  involvement  of  Defense  contractors  is  remote  from  the business  purposes  of  any  contractor  who  is  sponsoring,  supporting,  or participating  in  the  activity  (for  example,  participation  in  a  little  league  or Combined  Federal  Campaign  luncheon  which  is  subsidized  by  a  Defense contractor); (g)   Social   activities   engaged   in   by   officers   in   command and other naval officials, or their representatives, with local civic leaders as part  of  community  relations  programs  of  the  Department  of  the  Navy  in accordance   with   SECNAVINST   5720.44; (h)  The  participation  of  naval  personnel  in  widely  attended gatherings  of  mutual  interest  to  government  and  industry,  sponsored  or  hosted by industrial, technical, and professional associations (not by individual con- tractors),  provided  that  they  have  been  approved  in  accordance  with  DOD Instruction  5410.20; (i)   Situations   in   which   participation   by   naval   personnel at  public  ceremonial  activities  of  mutual  interest  to  industry  or  local  com- munities and the Department of the Navy serves the interest of the govern- ment   and   acceptance   of   the   invitation   is   approved   by   the   commanding officer  or  other  head  of  the  activity  to  which  the  invited  is  attached; (j)   Contractor   provided   transportation,   meals,   or   overnight accommodations  in  connection  with  official  business  when  arrangements  for government   or   commercial   transportation,   meals,   or   accommodations   are clearly impractical and the individual reports the circumstances in writing to his  appropriate  supervisor  as  soon  as  possible; AII-13

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