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The key section from the JER is Section 3-211 and 3-209 and 3-210 are also important.
3-209 Endorsement. Endorsement of a non-Federal entity, event, product, service, or enterprise may be neither stated nor implied by DoD or DoD employees in their official capacities and titles, positions, or organization names may not be used to suggest official endorsement or preferential treatment of any non-Federal entity except those listed in subsection 3-210., below. DoD employees may use or allow the use of their titles, positions, or organization names in conjunction with their own names only to identify themselves in the performance of their official duties. Use of titles, positions, and organization names when acting in a personal capacity is covered by subsection 3-300., below. Offering group life insurance programs sponsored by the State Military Department, to the same extent and similar manner as offering of the Servicemen's Group Life Insurance (SGLI) program, is not an endorsement of a non-Federal entity in violation of this Regulation.
3-210 Fundraising and Membership Drives
a. DoD employees shall not officially endorse or appear to endorse membership drives or fundraising for any non-Federal entity except the following organizations which are not subject to the provisions of subsection 3-211 of this Regulation, below:
(1) The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC);
(2) Emergency and disaster appeals approved by the Office of Personnel Management(OPM);
(3) Army Emergency Relief;
(4) Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society;
(5) Air Force Assistance Fund, including:
(a) Air Force Enlisted Men's Widows and Dependents Home Foundation, Inc.;
(b) Air Force Village;
(c) Air Force Aid Society;
(d) General and Mrs. Curtis E. LeMay Foundation.
(6) Other organizations composed primarily of DoD employees or their dependents when fundraising among their own members for the benefit of welfare funds for their own members or their dependents when approved by the head of the DoD Component command or organization after consultation with the DAEO or designee. (This includes most morale, welfare and recreation programs, regardless of funding sources).
(7) For National Guard Members who are DoD employees as defined in subsection 1-211., above, charitable, community, or civic organizations, as identified in 32 U.S.C. 508 and DoD Directive 1100.20 (references (l) and (m)), when approved by the head of the DoD Component command or organization after consultation with the DAEO, or designee; provided, however, that no member of the National Guard may be ordered, coerced, or compelled to participate in or contribute to any fundraising or membership drives.
b. Fundraising by DoD employees is strictly regulated by E.O. 12353 (reference (l)), 5 C.F.R. 950 (reference (m)), DoD Directive 5035.1 (reference (n)), DoD Instruction 5035.5 (reference (o)), DoD Directive 5410.18 (reference (p)), 5 C.F.R. 2635.808 (reference (h)) in subsection 1-200 of this Regulation, and by the prohibitions against preferential treatment established in subsection 3-209 of this Regulation, above.
3-211 Logistical Support of Non-Federal Entity Events
a. The head of a DoD Component command or organization may provide DoD employees in their official capacities to express DoD policies as speakers, panel members or other participants, or, on a limited basis, the use of DoD facilities and equipment (and the services of DoD employees necessary to make proper use of the equipment), as logistical support of an event sponsored by a non-Federal entity, except for fundraising and membership drive events, when the head of the DoD command or organization determines all of the following:
(1) The support does not interfere with the performance of official duties and would in no way detract from readiness;
(2) DoD community relations with the immediate community and/or other legitimate DoD public affairs or military training interests are served by the support;
(3) It is appropriate to associate DoD, including the concerned Military Department, with the event;
(4) The event is of interest and benefit to the local civilian community, the DoD Component command or organization providing the support, or any other part of DoD;
(5) The DoD Component command or organization is able and willing to provide the same support to comparable events that meet the criteria of this subsection and are sponsored by other similar non-Federal entities;
(6) The use is not restricted by other statutes (see 10 U.S.C. 2012 (reference (f)) which limits support that is not based on customary community relations or public affairs activities) or regulations; and
(7) No admission fee (beyond what will cover the reasonable costs of sponsoring the event) is charged for the event, no admission fee (beyond what will cover the reasonable costs of sponsoring the event) is charged for the portion of the event supported by DoD, or DoD support to the event is incidental to the entire event in accordance with public affairs guidance.
b. The head of a DoD Component command or organization may provide, on a limited basis, the use of DoD facilities and equipment (and the services of DoD employees necessary to make proper use of the equipment), as logistical support of a charitable fundraising event sponsored by a non-Federal entity when the head of the DoD Component command or organization determines (1) through (6) of subsection 3-211.a. of this Regulation, above, and the sponsoring non-Federal entity is not affiliated with the CFC (including local CFC) or, if affiliated with the CFC, the Director, OPM, or designee, has no objection to DoD support of the event. OPM has no objection to support of events that do not fundraise on the Federal Government workplace (which is determined by the head of the DoD Component command or organization.)
c. Speeches by DoD employees at events sponsored by non-Federal entities are not precluded when the speech expresses an official DoD position in a public forum in accordance with public affairs guidance.
d. Involvement of DoD resources in air shows sponsored by non-Federal entities is approved or disapproved by the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs).
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