Ethics & Compliance
Amentum’s Ethical Compliance – Built with Integrity
Every day at Amentum we are changing the world for the better, solving our customers’ complex challenges by leveraging our experience with impactful thinking and innovative solutions. While we may have a new name, we still have decades of history in building our ethical culture, greatly contributing to our unparalleled reputation in the industry, and allowing us to say that we are “Built with Integrity.”
Our Core Values are at the heart of our ethical culture as we center our focus on our people and inject safety, integrity, and innovation to deliver success to our customers.
Our Code of Conduct is our guide. It serves as a critical resource in helping us navigate the laws that apply to our company and make ethical decisions wherever we do business in the world. It reinforces our pledge to always do the right thing. We expect every employee to read and understand the Code of Conduct to help make good decisions in the performance of business responsibilities. We encourage employees to speak up if there is a concern and to seek guidance anytime about the right thing to do. Amentum’s long term success depends on us – conducting business in harmony with our Core Values and compliance with the law.
Our Business Partners are expected to participate in alignment with the guidance in our Code of Conduct and to maintain high standards of business conduct. These standards require operating honestly, meeting commitments, using fair business practices, delivering value, and ensuring that their employees act in a like fashion. Additionally, we require that our partners comply with the laws and regulations that govern their business and the business they do on behalf of Amentum.
Amentum complies with all United States (U.S.) domestic anti-corruption laws that prohibit bribery within the U.S. and with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act that prohibits corrupt payments outside of the U.S., as well as all other applicable laws in every country in which we do business. Any attempt to gain a business advantage through prohibited activities (such as illegal payments, bribes, kickbacks, gifts, or other inducements) are not tolerated.