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

Web Content Publication Schedule

Section 207(f)(2) of the E-Government Act of 2002 requires federal agencies to develop an inventory of information to be published on their websites, establish a schedule for publishing information, make those schedules available for public comment, and post the schedules and priorities on the website. OGE's web publication policy is to put all publicly available information on its website. As new information becomes available at OGE that is important to the public, we make every effort to put it on our website as quickly as possible. If you have suggestions for additional information you think we should have on OGE's website, please let us know. For more information about the content inventory and the E-Gov Act, please visit these links:


Categories of Information Disseminated by OGE 

  • Column 1 lists the categories of information OGE disseminates.
  • Column 2 indicates the priority OGE assigns to publication of each category.
    • Priority 1:Required by law, regulation, Presidential directive or other directive.
    • Priority 2:Time-sensitive information.
    • Priority 3:Information of interest to a broad spectrum of audiences.
    • Priority 4:Other Information.
  •  Column 3 indicates the publication schedule for the category.


OGE's Web Content Publication Schedule

Category 
Priority 
Publication Date 
General agency information, such as mission and function statements, staff directory, vacancies, and FOIA.
4
As available, unless otherwise required by law
Archive of ethics related laws, regulation and legal guidance provided to assist agencies and other interested parties in understanding the requirements of an executive branch ethics program.
4
As available, unless otherwise required by law
Ethics training related information, such as notices of upcoming ethics conferences, training workshops and seminars, available training materials including computer and web-based resources and videos.
2
As available, unless otherwise required by law
Ethics forms, publications and other ethics program administration documents, including disclosure forms, model trust documents.
3
As available, unless otherwise required by law
Programmatic and administrative information and guidance, including agency best practices, tips and guidelines on preparing for and conducting an ethics program review.
3
As available, unless otherwise required by law
Reports to Congress and OMB as required by statute or memoranda, including budget and performance information.
4
As available, unless otherwise required by law
International activity information intended as a resource for persons interested in learning more about certain ethics and anticorruption topics
4
As available, unless otherwise required by law
Ethics advisory memoranda aimed at agency ethics officials
2
As available, unless otherwise required by law