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i.   (not   quoted) j.   Prohibition   of   contributions   or   presents   to   superiors.   Naval personnel  must  not  solicit  a  contribution  from  other  DOD  personnel  for  a gift  to  an  official  superior,  make  a  donation  or  a  gift  to  an  official  superior, or  accept  a  gift  from  other  DOD  personnel  subordinate  to  themselves.  This section, however, does not prohibit voluntary gifts or contributions of nominal value on special occasions, such as marriage, illness, transfer, or retirement, provided   any   gifts   acquired   with   such   contributions   must   not   exceed   a reasonable  value. k.  Use  of  government  facilities,  property,  and  manpower.  Naval personnel must not directly or indirectly use, take, dispose, or allow the use, taking,  or  disposing  of,  government  property  leased  to  the  government,  for other than officially approved purposes. Government facilities, property, and manpower  (such  as  stationery,  stenographic  and  typing  assistance,  mimeograph and  chauffeur  services)  must  be  used  only  for  official  government  business. Naval  personnel  have  a  positive  duty  to  protect  and  conserve  government property.  These  provisions  do  not  preclude  the  use  of  government  facilities for approved activities in furtherance of naval community relations, provided they do not interfere with military missions or government business. See SEC- NAVINST  5720.44  for  community  relations  guidance. l.   Use   of   civilian   and   military   titles   or   position   in   connection with  commercial  enterprises. (1) All naval personnel, except special government employees, are prohibited from using their grade, rank, title, or position in connection with any commercial enterprise or in endorsing any commercial product. This does not preclude author identification for materials published in accordance with DOD  procedures.  A  commercial  enterprise  is  any  entity  which  engages  in activities which produce income as defined in Int. Rev. Code of 195461, and which  has  not  been  exempted  from  paying  income  taxes  to  Int.  Rev.  Code of  1954,  501(a). (2)  All  retired  military  personnel  and  all  members  of  Reserve components,  not  on  active  duty,  are  permitted  to  use  their  military  titles  in connection  with  commercial  enterprises,  provided  that  they  indicate  their inactive  Reserve  or  retired  status.  If,  however,  such  use  of  military  titles  in any  way  casts  discredit  on  the  Department  of  the  Navy  or  the  Department of  Defense  or  gives  the  appearance  of  sponsorship,  sanction,  endorsement, or  approval  by  the  Department  of  the  Navy  or  the  Department  of  Defense, it   is   prohibited.   In   addition   commanders   of   overseas   installations   may further  restrict  the  use  of  titles  including  use  by  retired  military  personnel  and members  of  Reserve  components,  not  on  active  duty,  in  overseas  areas. m.  Outside  employment  of  DOD  personnel. (1)   Naval   personnel   must   not   engage   in   outside   employment or  other  outside  activity,  with  or  without  compensation,  that (a)   interferes   with,   or   is   not   compatible   with,   the   per- formance  of  their  government  duties, (b)   may   reasonably   be   expected   to   bring   discredit   on   the government  or  the  Department  of  the  Navy,  or (c)   is   otherwise   inconsistent   with   the   requirement   of   this instruction, including the requirements to avoid actions and situations which reasonably can be expected to create the appearance of conflicts of interests. (2) Enlisted naval personnel on active duty may not be ordered or authorized to leave their post to engage in a civilian pursuit, business, or pro- fessional  activity  if  it  interferes  with  the  customary  or  regular  employment of  local  civilians  in  their  art,  trade,  or  profession. AII-15

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