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Posted By gaethics On April 20, 2011 @ 3:22 pm In Terminology | Comments Disabled
A vendor gift is defined as a gratuity, subscription, membership, trip, meal, loan, extension of credit, forgiveness of debt, advance or deposit of money, or anything of value given by a “vendor”, either directly or through another person, to one or more public employees. In the event that any one vendor gives gifts with a total aggregate value of $250.00 or more during any calendar year, he/she will be required to file a Vendor Gift Disclosure Report.
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 About Vendor Gift Disclosures: http://ethics.ga.gov/vendor-gift-disclosure-reports/
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