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Regulations concerning the conduct and activities of employees are published in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Title 28, Part 45.735 and Part 45, Appendix; and Title 5, Parts 2634,2635, and 2636. Their source is found generally in Departmental Order 350-65 dated 12/28/65, as amended by Departmental Order 960-81 dated 10/26/81, which provides that employees shall conduct themselves in a manner that creates and maintains respect for the Department of Justiceand the U.S. government. In all their activities, personal and official, they should always be mindful of the high standards of behavior expected of them.


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