A Message from our Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer
Our core values, to "Do What's Right," "Respect Others," and "Perform with Excellence," are fundamental to who we are and how we operate as a corporation.
They not only define us, they are the key to our future - building bridges of trust with customers and colleagues.
That is why at Lockheed Martin, we encourage every employee to read and understand "Setting the Standard," our Code of Ethics and Business Conduct.
Our Code not only sets clear ethical standards in critical areas, it also explains how we should conduct ourselves when acting on behalf of the company. For instance, our Code makes it clear that Lockheed Martin has zero tolerance for corruption, and we encourage employees to step forward and speak up whenever they suspect actions or behavior inconsistent with our values and expectations.
In addition to "Setting the Standard," we are proud to offer other ethics resources at Lockheed Martin. If you have ethics questions, I encourage you to contact your manager, Ethics Officer or Human Resources Business Partner.
Thank you for your efforts to understand and uphold the high standards that make Lockheed Martin a special place to work.
Together, we can ensure that ethics and integrity are never compromised at our corporation.
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