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APPENDIX  II STANDARDS OF CONDUCT This   appendix   was   developed   using   the information  already  in  appendix  E  of  NAVSUP P-487 on the standards of conduct. The material was developed into a training format to make it easier for you to read and understand. Appendix E of NAVSUP P-487 was developed to emphasize the  requirement  that  all  ship’s  store  personnel adhere to the standards of conduct contained in DOD   Directive   5500.7   and   SECNAVINST 5370.2. This appendix is not intended to replace or  modify  the  above  instructions  or  material. DEPARTMENT  OF  DEFENSE STANDARDS  OF  CONDUCT The Department of Defense (DOD) standards of  conduct  describes  the  relationship  between ship’s  store  personnel  and  vendors.  All  ship’s  store personnel   must   observe   the   highest   ethical standards  when  dealing  with  vendors.  In  all  areas of the ship’s store operation, equal treatment must be given to all vendors and suppliers. Ship’s store personnel   should   be   aware   that   it   is   strictly forbidden  to  accept  gratuities,  gifts,  prizes,  and so  forth,  from  vendors  or  to  give  preferential treatment  to  vendors  in  regard  to  procurement, distribution,  stocking,  display,  or  resale  of  their products. As a Ship’s Serviceman, you must understand that your actions and the decisions you make are closely   watched   by   people   in   and   out   of   the government.  Even  though  a  conflict  of  interest does  not  exist  in  your  dealings,  you  must  avoid even the appearance of such a conflict existing in the  public’s  eyes.  For  example,  being  hospitable to a friend may be inappropriate if the friend is a  contractor’s  representative  and  the  contractor is   involved   in   an   official   matter   with   your command  or  an  official  matter  that  is  expected to  arise  on  which  you  may  have  to  make  a decision. This is an example of conflict of interest because your decision on this official matter may be  swayed  by  your  friendship  with  the  contractor’s representative. SHIP’S  STORE  POLICY Ship’s  store  policy  is  firm  and  to  the  point. Any ship’s store personnel who solicit, accept, or agree  to  accept  gratuities  in  any  form  from vendors or suppliers or anyone else who deals with the  ship’s  store  either  directly  or  indirectly  is subject  to  disciplinary  action  or,  in  some  cases, criminal   prosecution. Ship’s  store  personnel  will  also  not  give preferential  treatment  to  vendors,  suppliers,  or anyone  else  in  any  area  including  procurement, distribution,   stocking,   display,   or   resale   of products  under  any  circumstances. ACTIONS  BY  NAVRESSO NAVRESSO  has  advised  all  Ship’s   Store Afloat Catalog  vendors and all contractors of the policy  and  prohibitions.  NAVRESSO  prepared and  developed  various  signs  for  display  in  the ship’s store to advise and remind all personnel and vendors  of  the  policy.  The  ship’s  store  officer must make sure these signs are posted in the ship’s store  office  and  any  other  appropriate  area  for observance   by   all   ship’s   store   personnel   and vendors.  Semiannually,  the  ship’s  store  officer must review DOD standards of conduct with all ship’s  store  personnel  and  remind  local  vendors and  suppliers  of  these  policies. SECNAVINST  5370.2 SECNAVINST  5370.2  implements  and  sup- plements  DOD  Directive  5500.7  of  15  Jan  1977 regarding the standards of conduct of personnel in  the  Department  of  Defense.  This  instruction prescribes required standards of ethical conduct governing all personnel of the Department of the Navy;   related   requirements   that   apply   to   all personnel  in  understanding  and  executing  the standards   of   conduct;   and   responsibilities and   procedures   for   monitoring   and   enforcing AII-1

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