CODE OF ETHICS OF PROFESSIONAL PUBLIC SERVANT CIVIL FEDERAL EXECUTIVE POWER - DE CREE 1.171/94 Decree No.

1171 - DE 06/22/1994 - CODE OF ETHICS PUBLIC SERVANT (Article 2 Organ s and Federal government entities directly and indirectly implement, within sixty days , the measures necessary for full observance of the Code of Ethics, including by the Constitution of the Ethics Commission, formed by three servants or employee s who hold effective position or permanent employment Sole Paragraph . The const itution of the Ethics Commission will be reported to the Federal Administration Department of the Presidency, with an indication of their members and alternates ..) CHAPTER I SECTION I RULES OF ETHICS I - The dignity, decorum, the zeal, efficiency and awareness of the moral princi ples are primed values that must guide the public servant, whether in office or function or outside, since that will reflect the exercise of the vocation of the state itself . Their actions, behaviors and attitudes will strive to uphold the honor and tradition of public services. II - The public servant must never disr egard the ethical aspects of conduct. Thus, not only will have to decide between legal and illegal, just and unjust, convenient and inconvenient, fit and unfit, but mainly between honest and dishonest, according to the rules: (Article 37, c aput and § 4, CF). - The direct and indirect public administration of any of th e powers of the Union of States, the Federal District and municipalities will fo llow the principles of lawfulness, impersonality, morality, publicity and effici ency (CLEAN) - Acts of administrative dishonesty in the suspension of political rights, the l oss of public, non-availability of goods and indemnification to the exchequer in the form and gradation provided by law, without prejudice to criminal appropria te. III - The morality of government is not limited to the distinction between good and evil, it must be added the idea that the end is always the common good. The balance between the legality and purpose in the conduct of public servants, it m ight strengthen the morality of the administrative act. IV - The remuneration of civil servants is supported by the taxes paid directly or indirectly by all, ev en by himself, and therefore requires, in return, that morality is consistent wi th administrative law, as an inseparable element of your application and its pur pose, erecting himself, as a consequence, in a factor of legality. V - The work of the public servant to the community must be understood as an addition to thei r own welfare, since, as a citizen member of society, the success of this work c an be regarded as its greatest asset. VI - The public should be considered a pro fession and therefore falls within the private life of every public servant. Thu s, the facts and acts recorded in the conduct of day-to-day in his private life may increase or decrease your good concept in functional life. VII - Except in c ases of national security, police investigations or interests of the State and P ublic Administration, to be preserved in the process previously declared confide ntial, in accordance with law, advertising of any administrative act is a requir ement of efficiency and morality, being their omission ethical commitment agains t the common good, attributable to those who deny. VIII - Everyone has the right to truth. The server can not omit it or falsify it, even against the interests of the interested party or public administration. No state can grow or stabilize themselves on the corruptive power by misconduct, oppression or lie, always ann ihilating even more the dignity of a nation. IX - Common courtesy, good will, an d time dedicated to public service effort to characterize the discipline. Mistre at a person who pays taxes, direct or indirect means to cause him damage. Likewi se, damage to any property belonging to public property, deteriorating it, by ca relessness or ill will, is not only an insult to the equipment and facilities or the state but to all men of good will who have devoted their intelligence , the

ir time, their hopes and efforts to build them. 1 X - Let the public servant anyone waiting for a solution to the racing industry as it carries out its functions, allowing the formation of long lines or any kin d of delay in providing the service, not only is the attitude toward ethics or a ct of inhumanity but mostly serious material damage to the users of public servi ces.€XI - The server must give all his attention to the lawful orders of his su periors, watching carefully for compliance and, thus, avoiding the negligent con duct. The repeated mistakes, neglect and the accumulation of deviations becomes sometimes difficult to correct and even characterize recklessness in the perform ance of public service. XII - Any unexcused absence from the server to your work place is demoralizing to the public service, which almost always leads to disord er in human relations. XIII - The server that works in harmony with the organiza tional structure, respecting their colleagues and fellow citizens, contribute an d everyone can get cooperation, because his public activity is the greatest oppo rtunity for growth and enhancement of the Nation. SECTION II - THE MAIN DUTIES OF PUBLIC SERVANT XIV - are fundamental duties of civil servants: a) perform, in time, the duties of the position, function or public job that holds, b) perform their duties with speed, efficiency and perfection, ending or prioritizing resolving procrastinat ory , especially when queuing or any other delay in delivery of services by the sector as it carries out its duties, in order to prevent material damage to the user, c) be honest, just, fair and just, showing all the integrity of their char acter, choosing always, when faced with two options, the best and most advantage ous to the common good, d) never obstruct accountability, essential in the manag ement of assets, rights and services of the community in charge, e) treat the us ers of services by improving the process of communication and contact w / the pu blic, f) be aware that their work is guided by ethical principles that are manif est in the adequate provision of public services, g) be courteous, polite, avail ability and attention, respecting the individual capabilities and limitations of all users of public service, without any prejudice or distinction of race, sex, national origin, color, age, religion, political or social position, refraining thus of moral harm them; h) to respect the hierarchy, but without any fear of d enouncing any misuse of the structure on which is founded the State Power; i) to resist all pressures from superiors, contractors, stakeholders and others who s eek to get any favors, benefits or unfair advantages because of immoral, illegal or unethical and denounce j) ensure, in exercising the right to strike, the spe cific requirements of the protection of life and collective security: 1) be assi duous and frequent service on the certainty that its absence causes damage to th e work ordered, reflecting negatively on the entire system; m) immediately repor t to their superiors any act or fact contrary to public policy, requiring the ap propriate action, n) keep clean and in perfect order at the workplace, following the methods most appropriate to their organization and distribution; 2 o) participate in activities and studies that relate to improving the performanc e of their duties, with the purpose of achieving the common good, p) shall be th e work dressed appropriately to perform the function; XIV - are fundamental duties of public servants: Q) keeping up to date w / instr uctions, service standards and legislation relevant to the organ where it exerts its functions; r) satisfy, in accordance with the standards of service and the instructions above, the duties of his office or function, as far as possible, sa fely, and quickly, always maintaining good order, s) facilitate the monitoring o f all acts or services by those in law; tons) with strict moderation exercise th e prerogatives functional assigned to it by refraining from doing so against the

legitimate interests of users of public services and administrative jurisdictio n; u) not, absolutely, to exert its function, power or authority for a purpose o ther than the public interest even if observing the legal formalities and not co mmitting any violation of the law expressed v) to inform and notify all members of your class about the existence of this Code of Ethics, encouraging its comple tion. SECTION III - PUBLIC SERVANT OF THE SEALS XV - It is forbidden for public servants: a) the use of office or function facil ities, friendships, time, position and influence to obtain any favors for himsel f or for others, b) deliberately harm the reputation of other servants or citize ns their dependents, c) be€according to its spirit of solidarity condoned error or violation of this Code of Ethics or the Code of Ethics of their profession; d) use of trickery to procrastinate or impede the lawful exercise of duties by a ny person, causing material damage or material, and) stop using the technical an d scientific advances in his power or his knowledge w / care of his practice, f) to permit that, likes, dislikes, quirks, passions or interests to interfere in dealing w / the public c /'s administrative jurisdiction or c / colleagues hiera rchically superior or inferior, g) claim, request, induce, suggest or receive an y financial aid, compensation, commission, gift or advantage of any kind for fam ily members or any person for the performance of their duties or to influence an other server for the same purpose; h) alter or misrepresent the content of docum ents to be forwarded for action i) mislead or attempt to deceive any person in n eed of care at public services ; XV - It is forbidden for public servants: j) to divert public server for serving a particular interest: 1) withdraw from public office, without explicit authorization, any document, book or property belongin g to public property; 3 m) use of privileged information obtained under its domestic service, for themse lves, relatives, friends or others, n) shall be drunk in the service or be habit ually o) give their assistance to any institution that offends against morality, honesty or dignity of the individual, p) engage in unethical professional activ ities or connect your name to ventures of doubtful origin. CHAPTER II - COMMITTEES OF ETHICS XVI - In all the organs and entities of the Federal Public Administration direct , indirect autonomous agencies and foundations, or any body or entity exercising powers delegated by the public, shall be established an Ethics Commission, resp onsible for guiding and advising on professional ethics server, in dealing with people and with public assets, and you know specifically of acts or procedures l ikely to censorship. XVII - Each Ethics Committee, composed of three public serv ants and their alternates may bring, craft, process, act on, to consider facts o r conduct be in violation of rule or principle ethical and professional, and may know of queries, complaints or made against a public servant, the distribution or the industry in which the violation occurred, whose analysis and deliberation are called to serve or protect the exercise of public office or function, as lo ng as formulated by the authority, server, administrative jurisdiction, any citi zen identify yourself or any recognized association. XVIII - The Ethics Commissi on shall provide the agencies responsible for implementing the framework for the career of servers, the records about his ethical conduct, so as to instruct and motivate promotions ep / all other procedures related to career civil servant. XIX - The procedures to be adopted by the Ethics Committee, for investigation of act or fact which, in principle, against ethics in accordance with this Code wi ll have the summary, only listening to the complainant and the server, or just t his, if the investigation results of knowledge of craft, while always resort to its Minister of State. XX - Given the potential seriousness of the conduct of th e server or its recurrence, the Ethics Commission will submit its decision and i ts expedient for the Permanent Commission for Disciplinary Action in their body,

if any, and, cumulatively, if any, will entity in which, by his profession, the public servant is registered, the steps for disciplinary action. The delay of t he procedures prescribed involve ethical commitment of the Commission itself, wh ile the Ethics Committee of the superior court and their knowledge and action. X XI - The decisions of the Ethics Commission, in consideration of any fact or act before it or by it, shall be issued in summary form, omitting the names of the parties, posted on the agency itself and sent to the other Commissions Ethics, c reated with the aim of ethical awareness in the public service. A full copy of t he entire proceeding shall be submitted to the Bureau of the Federal Administrat ion of the Presidency.€XXII - The penalty applicable to public servants by the Ethics Committee is that of censorship, based on the respective opinion, signed by all its members, with science's fault. XXIII - The Ethics Commission may not refuse to substantiate the prosecution's lack of ethics of public servants or co ntracted service provider, claiming the lack of foresight in this Code, it shall use the analogy, customs and ethical principles and Moral known in other profes sions. XXIV - For purposes of computing the ethical commitment means a public se rvant is one who, by law, contract or any legal act, provides services of a perm anent, temporary or exceptional, even without financial reward, provided that co nnected directly or indirectly to any organ of state power, such as local author ities, public foundations, parastatal entities, public enterprises and joint sto ck companies, or in any sector in which the State's interest. XXV - In every org an of the Federal Executive in which a citizen is to take ownership or be invest ed in public service, should be provided before the Ethics Commission a commitme nt to obey and 4 observe the rules established by this Code of Ethics and all ethical and moral p rinciples established by tradition and morality. 5