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Your assignment is to create an ethics code for a hypothetical government entity or agency. Please describe the agency you propose, then create an ethics code for your agency. You can find helpful suggestions at the Institute for Local Government. This should run 2-3 pages in length. It should not be solely an aspirational code, meaning you need additional details on actions that are considered ethical or not such as details on gifts, political activity, etc. You can start with the broader concept of acting ethically and being inclusive but this should not be the extent of the code. Think of what you would want to see as an employee working for a government agency to give you a good understanding of what is or is not considered ethical in the agency. The agency you choose may have an impact on the type of code you design.
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