Texas Government Code § 2165.357 Prohibited Employment Of Commission Employee

Sec. 2165.357. PROHIBITED EMPLOYMENT OF COMMISSION EMPLOYEE. (a) A commission employee may not be employed or hired by another person to perform duties that relate to the employee's specific duties in developing and implementing a qualifying project, including review, evaluation, development, and negotiation of a qualifying project proposal.

(b) The commission shall obtain from each commission employee sufficient information for the commission to determine whether:

(1) the employee is employed by another person; and

(2) a potential conflict of interest exists between the employee's commission duties and the employee's duties with the other employer.

(c) Each commission employee whose commission duties relate to a qualifying project, including long-range planning, real estate management, space management, and leasing services, shall attest that the employee is aware of and agrees to the commission's ethics and conflict-of-interest policies.

(d) To the extent the employment is authorized by commission policy, this section does not prohibit additional employment for a commission employee whose commission duties are not related to a qualifying project.

Added by Acts 2013, 83rd Leg., R.S., Ch. 1153 (S.B. 211), Sec. 13, eff. June 14, 2013.

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