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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 prevent 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 SECNAVINST  5720.44  for  community  relations guidance. Use of Civilian and Military Titles or Position in Connection with Commercial  Enterprise 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 prevent author identification  for  materials  published  according to  DOD  procedures.  A  commercial  enterprise  is any entity that engages in activities that produce income  as  defined  in  Int.  Rev.  Code  of  195461, and  that  has  not  been  exempted  from  paying income taxes pursuant to Int. Rev. Code of 1954, 501(a). 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,   endorse- ment, 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. Outside Employment of DOD Personnel Naval  personnel  must  not  engage  in  outside employment  or  other  outside  activity,  with  or without compensation, that interferes with, or is not  compatible  with,  the  performance  of  their government   duties,    that   may   reasonably   be AII-7 expected to bring discredit on the government or the  Department  of  the  Navy,  or  is  otherwise inconsistent  with  the  requirements  of  this instruction,  including  the  requirements  to  avoid actions  and  situations  that  reasonably  can  be expected to create the appearance of conflicts of interests. Enlisted naval personnel on active duty may not be ordered or authorized to leave their post to  engage  in  a  civilian  pursuit,  business,  or professional   activity   if   it   interferes   with   the customary   or   regular   employment   of   local civilians  in  their  art,  trade,  or  profession. Active duty Regular officers of the Navy and Marine  Corps  may  not  be  employed  by  any  person furnishing naval supplies or war materials to the United States. If such an officer is so employed, his  or  her  entitlement  to  pay  ceases  for  so  long as  he  or  she  is  so  employed. Off-duty employment of military personnel by an entity involved in a strike is permissible if the person was on the payroll of the entity before the beginning of the strike and if the employment is otherwise  in  conformance  with  the  provisions  of this instruction. After a strike begins and while it  continues,  no  military  personnel  may  accept employment by that involved entity at the strike location. Naval personnel are encouraged to engage in teaching,  lecturing,  and  writing.  Naval  personnel, however,  must  not,  either  for  or  without  com- pensation,  engage  in  activities  that  are  depend- ent   on   information   obtained   as   a   result   of their  government  employment,  except  when  the information  has  been  published  or  is  generally available to the public, or it will be made generally available to the public and the official authorized to  release  such  information  to  the  public  gives written  authorization  for  the  use  of  nonpublic information  on  the  basis  that  the  use  is  in  the public  interest. Civilian   Presidential   appointees   in   the Department  of  the  Navy  must  not  receive compensation or anything of monetary value for any  consultation,  lecture,  discussion,  writing,  or appearance, the subject matter of which is devoted substantially to naval responsibilities, programs, or  operations  or  that  draws  substantially  from official material that has not become part of the body   of   public   information. Gambling, Betting, and Lottery While   on   government   owned,   leased,   or controlled  property,  otherwise  while  on  duty  for

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