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concluded that the petitioners role as a ranking member of the Energy and Technology Committeea role, we note, that he relinquished after accepting employment with NUdid not create a conflict so significant as to prohibit him from being employed by an entity subject to the Committees jurisdiction.concluded that only a sponsor of an event to which a public official or state employee is invited in his or her official capacity may pay or reimburse necessary expenses pursuant to General Statutes 1-84 (k).The Citizens Ethics Advisory Board concluded that a former assistant attorney general did not participate personally and substantially in a particular health care fraud matter while in state service and is thus not barred by General Statutes 1-84b (a) from representing a private client in that matter before the Department of Social Services.The Citizens Ethics Advisory Board concluded that because the award was given to the state employee for her overall job performance (rather than for her performance of any specific tasks in her state job), she may accept it, in accordance with Advisory Opinion 92-1, provided that she was not involved in the selection process, and that the award was neither established or funded by persons regulated by, doing business with, or seeking to do business with her state employer.
The Citizens Ethics Advisory Board concluded that former employees of the Department of Labor may not be retained by their former state agency as consultants through a vendor contract within the first year after their retirement from state service, without violating General Statutes The Citizen's Ethics Advisory Board concluded that the Petitioner is not a communicator lobbyist, as defined in 1-91, if he has registered to lobby but has neither received nor agreed to receive 00 or more in compensation or reimbursement for actual expenses, or both, in a calendar year.
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Until amended or revoked, these opinions are binding and, if relied upon in good faith by the requestor, constitute an absolute defense to a criminal allegation of a Code violation.
The Citizens Ethics Advisory Board concluded that a former employee of the Connecticut Green Bank may engage in post-state employment as the head of a private business which will provide funding to projects that have been approved by the Green Bank so long as she abides by the restrictions explained in the opinion.
Application of the Code of Ethics to Post State Employment The Citizens Ethics Advisory Board concluded that a soon-to-be former state employee of the Department of Education may engage in post-state employment in a position responsible for support of state departments of education, including Connecticut, as the contract between the state and new employer was signed more than one year from the proposed date of resignation, and so long as she abides by the restrictions explained in the opinion.