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FEDERAL ALLIES INSTITUTE CORPORATE ETHICS CERTIFICATION PROCESS OBSERVERS

Observer
David T. Boddie
Executive Director, Federal Allies Institute

Observer
Ralph E. Winnie, Jr.
Legal Counsel, Federal Allies Institute



Government evaluators are risk averse. 

Federal Allies CEC can be a great discriminator.


How many policies are too few or too many?
           
            For more information and to attend a
            CEC Enrollment Session, contact:   
           
             (571) 217-0823
             CEC@FederalAllies.org  

Corporate Ethics is a subject of increasing concern in federal acquisition.  Contracting officials are increasingly looking at adverse actions against companies that commit unethical acts, including disbarment from future federal acquisition activities and criminal penalties.

Because of this, Corporate Ethics is becoming something that evaluators look at during the acquisition process.  How can they tell if a company practices ethical business activities?  The fact that they have never received any punishment for unethical actions is an indicator, but it may just mean that a company hasn't been caught, yet.'


But how do you prove a negative?  If a company hasn't been caught doing something unethical, how can that
company show that it's because the firm is ethical, not just lucky?

For a small business, the problem is even greater, because the company doesn't have a very long track record.

Federal Allies Institute can be your ally in helping you establish your credentials as an ethical business partner, by reviewing your corporate ethics program and awarding you the Federal Allies Institute Certified Ethical Company Designation.
Government evaluators are risk averse. 

Federal Allies CEC can be a great discriminator.
Federal Allies Institute Corporate Ethics Certification Program Brochure


FEDERAL ALLIES SPEAKERS BUREAU  

If your organization would like a presentation or to join the
     
FAI EBO, contact: CEC@FederalAllies.org or call 571-217-0823.  


Related Topics

HOUSE ETHICS - COMMITTEE ON STANDARDS OF OFFICIAL CONDUCT
     
      Categories


General Ethical Standards
Gifts
Travel
Campaign Activity
Outside Employment and Income
Financial Disclosure
Staff Rights and Duties
Casework
Official Allowances
Official and Outside OrganizationsFor more information contact Ethics@FederalAllies.org.

SENATE ETHICS - SELECT COMMITTEE ON ETHICS

       Categories


Gifts
Travel
Campaign Activity
Conflicts of Interest
Prohibition on Unofficial Office Accounts
Constituent Service
Franking
Financial Thresholds and Limits

For more information contact Ethics@FederalAllies.org.

FEDERAL ALLIES INSTITUTE CORPORATE ETHICS CERTIFICATION COMMITTEE LEADERSHIP


FEDERAL ALLIES INSTITUTE
CERTIFIED ETHICAL COMPANYTM  DESIGNATION