A model ethics program for a Department of Defense contracting office
Wical, Steven C.
Warmington, Jeffery A.
Stone, Mark W.
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Ethical conduct standards have been a great concern of the Department of Defense (DoD) for decades. This is especially true in how its employees, particularly contracting officials, use them in making an ethical business decision. Most recently, August 30, 1993, DoD reissued the DODD 5500.7, Standards of Conduct and implemented the new DoD 5500.7-R, Joint Ethics Regulation (JER) to 'standardize' all ethical conduct standards. These ethical conduct standards, contained in the JER, represent one standard meant to be followed by all DoD components. This Thesis develops a model ethics program meant for use by all DoD component contracting offices and other entities such as a contracting division of a systems command. It contains standardized program elements used to implement the conduct standards espoused in the JER
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