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Conflict of Interest Form

DHRM Rules R477-9-2 and R477-9-3 require that employment with the state be the principal vocation for full-time employees. A state employee may only engage in outside employment or receive honoraria or paid expenses for activities outside of state employment when the employment or activities do not: a. Interfere with the employee’s efficient job performance. b. Conflict with the interests of the agency or the State of Utah. c. Give reason for criticism or suspicion of conflicting interests or duties. An employee must notify agency management in writing if outside employment or paid outside activities have the potential or appear to conflict with any of the above conditions. Your agency may also have additional related policies in place. You must consult with your supervisor if you have any questions pertaining to how your outside activities may conflict with your state employment.

Conflict of Interest Form

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