7-R, Joint Ethics Regulation (JER), addresses the issue of the military ethic, the term ethic is not currently defined in U.
What does JER stand for?
JER stands for Joint Ethics Regulation
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We have 12 other meanings of JER in our Acronym Attic
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- Jersey Edition Qyntel Woods (basketball card)
- James E Riley (head writer for NBC soaps)
- Jamming Effectiveness Report
- Japan Earthquake Reinsurance Co., Ltd.
- Japanese Economic Review (publication; Japanese Economic Association)
- Jersey, Channel Islands, United Kingdom - States (Airport Code)
- Joint Error Rate
- Journal of Educational Research
- Journal of Endotoxin Research (est. 1994; Sage)
- Journal of Environmental Radioactivity (International Union of Radioecology)
- JSIPS Exploitation Requirement
- Junctional Escape Rhythm
- Japanese Educational Research Association
- Jerramungup Extension and Research Advisory Committee
- JILA Editorial Review Board
- Joint Economic Review Board
- Joint Engineering Review Board
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They can be found in the Joint Ethics Regulation and are:
Judge advocates also rely on both the personnel memorandum and the Joint Ethics Regulation in opinions that bar senior military leadership of non-profit military auxiliaries.
While we have a unique advisory role to play within the NAVSUP enterprise, the Joint Ethics Regulation (JER) places responsibility for executing an ethics program squarely upon the leader of each DoD component command or organization.
This is not because the Grinch stole Christmas, (4) but because any activity performed by the contractor's employees is governed by the terms of the contract and by the Joint Ethics Regulation.
Finally, government-wide gift rules and the Defense Department Joint Ethics Regulation govern permissible gifts.
The supply officer is an important participant in how the acquisition is conducted in accordance with all rules and regulations-including the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and its supplements, NAVSUP instructions and directives, and the Joint Ethics Regulation.
In general, official travel by government employees is funded by the federal government except that government employees in the US military may accept travel benefits (including in-kind subsistence, accommodations, and payments or reimbursements of expenses) from NFEs as provided in 31 USC [section]1353, 41 CFR Part 304, and chapter 4 of the Department of Defense (DoD) Joint Ethics Regulation (JER).