Education & Training

The Compliance Gazette

Issue 5 of the “Compliance Gazette” is available now. This issue includes information about an upcoming compliance training, social media tips, and news items from Compliance Partners system-wide.  You will also have an opportunity to test yourself on Social Media! 

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Introducing

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The introductory edition of "The Compliance Gazette"

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BRAND NEW!

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catch up!

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BRAND NEW!

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Informational Flyers

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KEY TAKE-AWAYS

COMPLIANCE: A COLLABORATION FOR SUCCESS!


Regulatory & Industry Updates


Gifts

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  • You may not accept gifts or anything of value based on the understanding (or the perception) that your official action or judgment would be influenced.
  • Additional laws apply if you are a “procurement employee” (meaning an employee who deals with decisions involving the purchase of goods or services) or a “reporting individual” (meaning an employee who is required by the FL Code of Ethics to disclose financial interest).
  • Contact the UF Compliance Office at (352) 294 8720 or UF-Compliance@ufl.edu for more details.

Misuse of Public Position or Confidential Information

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  • You may not secure special privileges, benefits, or exemptions for yourself or others by misusing or attempting to misuse, your UF position, UF property, or a UF resource entrusted to you.
  • You are not permitted to disclose or use information not available to the general public and “gained by reason of your official position” for your personal gain or benefit.
  • For example, in an outside consulting arrangement, an employee may not disclose unpublished research results or university technology not previously made available to the general public to the outside firm.

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