Quantcast Statutory Prohibitions on Compensation to Former Department of Defense Employees

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(3)  "Defense contractor" means an entity (including affiliates
and subsidiaries which clearly engage in the performance of Department of
Defense (DoD) contracts) that contracts directly with the DoD to supply
goods or services.  "Defense contractor" does not include a State or local
government.
(4)  "Designated agency ethics official" means a DoD officer or
employee who has been appointed to administer the provisions of the Ethics
in Government Act, as amended.
(5)  "Former DoD employee" means a person who served in the DoD in
a civilian position for which the rate of pay was equal to or greater than
he minimum rate of pay for grade M-13 of the General Schedule, or served
in the Armed Forces in a pay grade of 04 or higher.
(6)
"Former DoD official" means--
(i) A former DoD employee who spent the majority of working
days during the last two years of DoD service performing a procurement
function relating to:
(A) A DoD contract, at a site or plant that was owned
or operated by the Contractor, and which was the principal location of such
person's performance of that procurement function; or
(B) A major defense system and, in the performance of
such function, participated on any occasion personally and substantially
a manner involving decision making responsibilities with respect to a
contract for that system through contact with the Contractor;
(ii.) An individual who sewed in a civilian position for
which the rate of pay is equal to or greater than the minimum rate of pay
for a Senior Executive Service position or other executive position at the
same or higher level, and an individual who served in the Armed Forces in
the pay grade of 07 or higher, if such individual during the last two years
of DoD service--
(A) Acted as one of the primary Government
representatives in the negotiation with a defense contractor of a DoD
contractual action in an amount in excess of $10 million; or
(B) Acted as one of the primary Government
representatives in the negotiation of a settlement of an unresolved claim
of such a defense contractor in an amount n excess of $10 million. An
unresolved claim shall be, for the purposes of this section, valued by the
greater of the amount of the claim or the amount of the settlement.
(7)  "Major defense contractor" means any business entity which,
during the Government fiscal year preceding the Government fiscal year in
which compensation was first provided to a former DoD employee, was awarded
DoD contracts in a total amount of $10 million or more.
(8)  "Major defense system" means a combination of elements that
will function together to produce the capability required to fulfill a
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