Business Conduct Compliance Training

Business conduct compliance training educates employees in every country where Lockheed Martin operates about the standards of conduct that apply to their jobs and the potential consequences of violations. Target populations are reviewed annually and tailored for each course based on job function, role and level. Business conduct compliance training is required in areas that present substantial risk to the Corporation, including:

Antitrust Compliance addresses compliance with antitrust laws, including the Sherman Act, which forbids anticompetitive practices such as price fixing, bid-rigging, and market allocation, and the Clayton Act, which prohibits exclusive dealing arrangements and tying arrangements.

Combating Trafficking in Persons defines human trafficking, helps the audience recognize populations vulnerable to human trafficking, reviews the indicators of human trafficking and encourages taking appropriate action if human trafficking violations or indicators are encountered.

Contact with Government Employees increases awareness of policies, procedures, and laws governing the hiring of, or acquisition of the services of, current or former government employees.

Drug-Free Workplace emphasizes the importance of maintaining a drug-free workplace, describes the company’s policy and what constitutes drug or alcohol abuse in the workplace, and teaches employees how to identify and resolve drug-related work issues.

Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action teaches leaders how to recognize and address situations that could lead to violations of Affirmative Action (AA) or Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) policies and laws. The course emphasizes leaders’ responsibility for cultivating an inclusive work environment.

Gifts and Business Courtesies covers the giving and receiving of gifts and business courtesies and explains how to comply with anti-kickback and anti-corruption policies, laws and regulations (see also International Business Practices).

Harassment in the Workplace explains how to recognize, prevent, and address harassment in the workplace.

Insider Trading provides an overview of company policy and U.S. Securities laws as they pertain to the disclosure of confidential information and to trading in securities while in possession of material, non-public information. 

International Business Practices teaches employees how to recognize and address situations that could lead to violations of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the U.K. Bribery Act, and other applicable bribery, anti-boycott, or anti-corruption laws in the U.S. and other countries in which we do business (see also Gifts and Business Courtesies).

Labor Charging teaches employees the importance of and their responsibility for accurate labor charging, how to charge their time, who to ask when unsure of proper labor charging actions, and how labor charges are audited and addressed.

Security Refresher Training is an annual requirement for employees who maintain a United States Government Security Clearance and/or a Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access. The course reviews the proper safeguarding of classified and other sensitive information.

Sensitive Information and International Trade Compliance discusses the proper handling and storage of export controlled, proprietary, third party proprietary and personal information, as well as the principles of international trade compliance and risks of cyber attacks or other intelligence threats.

Truth in Negotiations Act reviews 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.

Contact Corporate Ethics

Corporate Ethics HelpLine:

800-LM-ETHIC (800-563-8442)
Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. ET

Email Address:

Corporate.Ethics@lmco.com

Mailing Address:

6801 Rockledge Drive
Bethesda, MD 20817

All contacts to the Ethics organization are handled confidentially.
For more information on contacting Ethics, please review our 
How the Ethics Process Works  brochure.