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Appendix 3, References
the  government,  naval  personnel  must  not  partici- pate 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 that have been specifically   approved   by   the   Secretary   of   the Navy. Indebtedness Naval personnel must pay their just financial obligations  in  a  timely  manner,  particularly  those imposed bylaws (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. RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ACTIONS The  basic  responsibility  for  complying  with  the requirements   of   this   instruction   rests   with individual personnel concerned, but the primary responsibility for ensuring such compliance must rest with officers exercising command or similar authority  over  personnel.  Each  commanding officer   or   head   of   a   command,   a   bureau,   an office, or an activity is specifically responsible for the  following  actions: Review  applicable  information  contained in  SECNAVINST  5370.2  to  all  naval  personnel within   his   or   her   organization   at   least semiannually,  in  a  manner  that  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.) Establish and execute the procedures and controls established in this instruction so that all naval personnel within the 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. Make   determinations   pursuant   to SECNAVINST  5370.2  and  18  USC  208(b)  with respect to disqualification of personnel within the organization  from  performing  duties  in  which they   have   conflicts   or   apparent   conflicts   of interests. Make  sure  reservists  detailed  to  perform active  duty  for  training  at  the  organization  are assigned duties that will minimize the possibility that  they  may  obtain  information  that  could  be used  by  them  or  their  employers  to  gain  an  unfair advantage  over  civilian  competitors. Receive and take prompt and appropriate action   on   reports   concerning   acceptance   of gratuities  or  other  violations  of  SECNAVINST 5370.2  or  related  statutes  by  personnel  within  the organization. AII-8

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