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At Vectrus, our ethical culture serves as the foundation for providing long term value to our stakeholders. Our fundamental goals are to promote an ethical culture, deter inappropriate conduct, and detect potential compliance issues.
Our values are the glue that holds us together even when everything around us is changing. They are our guiding principles (the givens) that we rely upon to help us accomplish our mission. During our transition into an independent corporation, our employees were polled and asked what was the most important company value. They selected integrity. Based on that input, we made integrity our top value.
Our Code of Conduct sets the ethical and performance standards that we live by every day. It is grounded in our values of Integrity, Respect, and Responsibility.
Every employee is responsible for behaving ethically and our Code of Conduct requires that our employees and business partners exemplify our company values of Integrity, Respect, and Responsibility. Additional information and language translations on this, can be found on our Code of Conduct page.
Vectrus is a member of the Defense Industry Initiative (DII) on Business Ethics and Conduct and supports DII’s mission to promote the highest standards of ethical conduct in the defense industry. We have fully adopted the provisions contained in the DII Model Supplier Code of Conduct for all of our suppliers in an effort to promote DII’s goal of promoting a supplier code to promote consistency between providers.
The Vectrus Supplier Code of Conduct is referenced in our Annual Supplier Certification Form and is provided during purchase requests to new vendors and annually thereafter. Our Supplier Code of Conduct lays out the expectations we have for our suppliers and business partners and demonstrates that we expect the same high standards of conduct from our suppliers and business partners as we do our employees, officers and directors.
For questions or comments about the Vectrus application of the DII Model Supplier Code of Conduct to our suppliers, please contact us. For more information on DII’s efforts to implement an industry-wide supplier code of conduct, please visit the Defense Industry Initiative on Business Ethics and Conduct website at www.DII.org.
We believe that by empowering our employees, clients, suppliers, subcontractors, and other third party business partners to ask questions and raise concerns about potential ethical or legal violations, provides Vectrus the opportunity to properly address issues. The reporting process is flexible allowing for multiple ways to raise concerns including our EthicsPoint website at: www.vectrus.ethicspoint.com. For more information about how to report a concern, please visit our Reporting Concerns page. For more information concerning the Defend Trade Secrets Whistleblower Protections, please visit the DTSA Whistleblower Protections page.
Vectrus is strongly committed to conducting business in a manner that respects and advances human rights based on our values and operating principles. We strive to uphold human rights at all times and in all locations, regardless of local business customs. Vectrus has a strong Human Rights and Combatting Trafficking in Persons Policy and requires all employees of Vectrus and all Vectrus programs, projects, subcontractors, and affiliated operations worldwide to adhere to its policy. For more information about Human Rights & Trafficking in Persons, please view our Human Rights & Trafficking in Persons page.
Vectrus is committed to conducting its business in accordance with the laws of the countries in which it operates, its Code of Conduct, and all applicable anti-corruption laws and regulations. The Vectrus Anti-Corruption Program ensures Vectrus, its business partners, and employees conduct business operations consistent with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), U.K. Bribery Act (UKBA), and the national anti-corruption laws of the countries in which Vectrus operates. Vectrus also has a company Anti-Corruption Policy which applies to all employees, vendors, subcontractors, and business partners of Vectrus and all Vectrus programs, projects and affiliated operations worldwide. Additional information on Anti-Corruption can be found on our Anti-Corruption Efforts and Policies.
Vectrus is a company that is committed to ensuring it has an effective Ethics and Compliance Program. The company's Ethics and Compliance structure and it Ethics and Compliance Review Board (ECRB) are made up of cross-functional senior management that help ensure strong oversight and leadership to help ensure that Vectrus operates with the highest ethical business standards. For more information about our Corporate Governance as it applies to Ethics and Compliance, please see the Audit Committee Charter and the Corporate Governance Principles.
For additional information about Ethics and Compliance at Vectrus, and links to outside resources on Ethics and Compliance, please visit our additional resource page.