Browsing Governor Richardson's Task Force on Ethics Reform (2006) by Subject "Governmental Conduct"
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[2007-01-18] Discussion Group Report: Governmental Conduct “Governmental conduct” covers behavior by a wide range of individuals, engaging in a broad scope of activities, and is addressed by a variety of statutes, rules, and codes of conduct. This report concerns the conduct of ...
[2007-01-18] Discussion Group Report: Prevention & Enforcement New Mexico has a mix of ethical canons and statutes, including the Government Conduct Act, the Procurement Code, Financial Disclosure Act, and others. The Judicial branch has its own code of conduct, as does the Legislative ...
[2007-01-18] Governmental Conduct This presentation covers the following issues of governmental conduct: gifts, nepotism, lobbying, and conduct of government officials.
The establishment of a State Ethics Commission relates directly to ethics reform in the state of New Mexico. Such a commission does not exist in New Mexico, the establishment of which would represent a tangible and concrete ...