Business Conduct Compliance Training
Compliance Training Information
Below is each compliance topic. Check your Business Area/Business Unit's plan for target audience and training interval.
Address compliance with antitrust laws, as required by CPS-720, to include the Sherman Act, (anticompetitive practices such as price fixing, bid-rigging, market allocation and other anti-competitive practices), and the Clayton Act (exclusive dealing arrangements and tying arrangements).
Covers the 1988 Drug-Free Workplace Act, describes controlled substances and their side effects, and demonstrates the appropriate handling of performance problems in the workplace.
Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action
The objective of the course is to provide leaders with a basic understanding of EEO/AA laws, regulations and policies, and knowledge of their responsibilities in the workplace. Upon completion of the course, managers are expected to be able to apply this knowledge in the workplace and know where to go for additional support and resources.
Former Government Employees
Examines restrictions placed on hiring of former government employees. Describes the process for fact finding and hiring.
Covers the provisions of the Export Administration Act and the Arms Export Control Act. Explores the ways sensitive or proprietary items might reach foreign companies, individuals, or governments.
Harassment in the Workplace
Explains how to prevent, recognize, and address various harassment issues in the workplace.
Reviews the types of sensitive information and the associated requirements for protection based on CPS-710.
To provide an overview of U.S. Securities laws as these pertain to the disclosure of confidential information and to trading in securities while in possession of confidential information and to ensure audience familiarity with CPS-722 and CPS-724 which address this subject.
International Business Practices
Course covers compliance with anti-corruption laws in the US and other countries in which we do business. Highlights requirements of the U.S. Anti-boycott Law, and the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Gifts and Business Courtesies
Discusses the provisions of the Anti-Kickback Act of 1986, the corporation's policies and procedures, and the potential result of non-compliance.
Provides specific information on labor classification, details how labor charging works, why it is important, and how labor charges are audited and addressed. Personal labor charging responsibilities and integrity and accuracy in labor charging on government contacts are key points.
Truth in Negotiations Act
Defines the provisions of the Truth in Negotiations Act (TINA), which governs the conduct of people involved in the development or negotiation of contract proposals for the government or with a prime contractor.