G-32-9.2 Conflict of Interest
All employees of COCC are both agents of the College and public employees, and as such, are subject to the terms and provisions of ORS 244. All employees are expected to know their rights and responsibilities under this statute.
No College employee shall use his/her official position or office to obtain financial gain other than official salary, honoraria, or reimbursement of expenses, or for any member of his/her household or for any business with which he/she, or a member of his/her household, is associated. [Refer to ORS 244.040 (1).]
To implement the above procedure, the following guidelines shall apply to Central Oregon Community
- Private business shall not be conducted during assigned College working hours.
- College supplies, facilities, equipment, and personnel shall not be used to carry out private business.
- College officials shall not receive private compensation for performing their College duties.
- No official action toward a third party shall be conditioned on a private business relationship with that third party.
- Employees will notify their appropriate Vice President/Dean, in writing, of any potential conflict of interest.