United States Office of Government Ethics, Preventing Conflicts of Interest in the Executive Branch

OGE Summits & Conferences

Since 1980, the U.S. Office of Government Ethics (OGE) has hosted traditional conferences for ethics officials from throughout the executive branch. In 2014, OGE introduced the "National Government Ethics Summit." The Summit is an alternative to the traditional format, provided at a fraction of the cost of past OGE conferences.






2014 National Government Ethics Summit

09/01/2014

Locations & Directions (2014 National Government Ethics Summit)
OGE held the in-person Summit events at metro-accessible locations in the DC area.

09/01/2014

Announcements (2014 National Government Ethics Summit)
This page contains an archive of the announcements made leading up to and during the Summit.  

09/01/2014

Watch Now (2014 National Government Ethics Summit)
Here you will find links to the virtual-only sessions and sessions that were live streamed from the Three-Day Forum of the Summit.

09/01/2014

Summit Materials (2014 National Government Ethics Summit)
You will find links to slide presentations, handouts, reference materials, and speaker bios within the Summit Guide.

09/01/2014

About (2014 National Government Ethics Summit)
In September 2014, the U.S. Office of Government Ethics (OGE) successfully completed an exciting new venture to deliver the highest quality training in an entirely different way, one that charged the ethics program with a new level of energy: the National Government Ethics Summit. The Summit was a series of events in the Washington, D.C. area that brought together leaders from the executive branch ethics community, representatives from the legislative and judicial branches, members of the press, advocates from good government groups, noted thinkers from academia, and officials from state and local governments.

09/01/2014

Agenda (2014 National Government Ethics Summit)
Summit sessions covered topical and advanced issues in ethics law and policy, including the finer points of the criminal conflict of interest statutes, complexities in applying the Standards of Conduct, and advanced financial disclosure. Other sessions covered ethics-related authorities such as the Hatch Act, Whistleblower Protection Act, and travel regulations.

08/31/2014

Notice of Use of Image, Likeness and Voice
By attending or speaking at the National Government Ethics Summit, you consent to be photographed, recorded and/or videotaped by the Office of Government Ethics and its agents (OGE).  Further, by attending or speaking at the Summit, you also authorize OGE to copyright, publish, reproduce, exhibit, transmit, broadcas