Hi Ericha, Here is a link to the University’s Code of Ethics, which address conflicts of interest, as well as the attached policy on conflict of interests.
http://www.odu.edu/about/policiesandprocedures/university/1000/1002 Donna Donna W. Meeks Old Dominion University University Policy Manager and Executive Secretary to the Board of Visitors 2010E Koch Hall Norfolk, VA 23529 757-683-3072 / FAX 757-683-5679 dme...@odu.edu http://www.odu.edu/bov<http://www.odu.edu/content/odu/about/bov.html> http://www.odu.edu/policy/university From: bounce-121708165-56848...@list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-121708165-56848...@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Erica Heffner Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2017 8:24 AM To: Association of College and University Policy Administrators <acup...@list.cornell.edu> Subject: [acupa-l] Gifts and Gratuities policies Hello all, I have a question regarding how your policies address potential gifts, gratuities or favors that could cause a conflict of interest, for example employees responsible for procurement contracts or similar situations. Do you include such provisions as part of your conflict of interest policy, in your code of conduct, or do you have a stand-alone policy/procedure? As part of a rewrite to our code of conduct, some of this content has been orphaned and we’re trying to find the best approach to communicate these restrictions. Any examples would also be appreciated! Thanks, Erica Erica Heffner, MEd, CCEP Asst. Director Compliance Services University of Vermont erica.heff...@uvm.edu<mailto:erica.heff...@uvm.edu> p. (802)-656-1398 Ethics and Compliance Reporting and Help Line<https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fsecure.ethicspoint.com%2Fdomain%2Fmedia%2Fen%2Fgui%2F24544%2Findex.html&data=01%7C01%7Cdmeeks%40odu.edu%7C74cf6dd1aec14c1272ab08d4de5854fb%7C48bf86e811a24b8a8cb368d8be2227f3%7C0&sdata=vfm98jOyV%2BXVDi3qMPd9Dngk1WNK5SMX6kaLDkf83mg%3D&reserved=0> or Toll Free (877) 310-0413 **********CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE*********** This e-mail and any attachments may contain private, confidential, and privileged information for the sole use of the intended recipient. This information is intended for receipt and use by authorized addressees only. If you are not the intended recipient, please notify the sender immediately; any dissemination, distribution or copying is strictly prohibited. Replying to Messages: Replying (using Reply) to an ACUPA-L e-mail will distribute your message to the ENTIRE list of members. To send a message privately, reply directly to the individual who sent the message (their e-mail address appears in the "From" line of their original e-mail). To Unsubscribe or for questions about the ACUPA e-list, Contact Joshua Adams at j<mailto:jamiepar...@cornell.edu?subject=ACUPA%20e-list%20assistance>a...@cornell.edu<mailto:j...@cornell.edu?subject=Question%20About%20the%20ACUPA%20E-list> or 607-255-8279.