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    “A company’s fundamental values directly affect its ability to achieve and sustain high performance. Integrity, quality, safety, diversity and trust are integral to our work at Boeing because there is no trade-off between what we do and how we do it.”

    –Dennis Muilenburg, President and Chief Executive Officer, The www.hrcrn.twpany


    At Boeing, ethical business conduct isn’t just a part of what we do—it’s at the very core of how we operate. Doing the right thing for our employees, customers, stakeholders and communities has helped us earn trust and build partnerships that will drive us forward in our next century, and beyond.

    Each year, Boeing’s chairman hosts a live, company-wide broadcast event with employees across the globe to underscore the importance of intentional and ethical decision-making in everything we do.

    While each employee is accountable for upholding the Boeing Code of Conduct, ensuring that our Enduring Values remain foundational to our work, and following all applicable laws, regulations and company policies, Boeing advances its unified approach to ethics and compliance through the integration of key functions: Corporate Audit, Ethics and Business Conduct, Global Trade Controls, Security & Fire Protection, and other enterprise-wide services. These functions and operating groups constitute the Boeing Office of Internal Governance and Administration and represent more than 1900 employees worldwide. This office reports significant investigations, audit findings, or escapes to the Board of Directors and will disclose criminal conduct to appropriate regulators with the guidance and assistance of the Law Department.

    This structure creates a sustainable advantage for Boeing by enabling compliant company performance across all geographic locations—while also building on our legacy of integrity, transparency and an unwavering commitment to fair and ethical business practices.

    Leadership Matters

    Leadership Matters is a companywide initiative that focuses on enabling a culture of openness and accountability in order to sustain an ethical and compliant work environment and enhance business performance. The intent is to embed ethical decision-making into all aspects of business, and equip managers and employees with tools to confidently address ethics-related matters and raise questions without fear of retaliation.

    Boeing asks teammates around the world to provide answers to questions in a formal, confidential survey about their perceptions of the company, its direction, the quality of our managers, our shared values and ethics, along with other important dimensions of corporate culture. Boeing specifically asks about employees’ perceptions of retaliation for reporting wrongdoing and of their management’s support of ethical decision-making to ensure a culture of openness and accountability.

    Focused surveys are also deployed to collect further details about employees’ perceptions of the Boeing culture.

    Managers use the feedback to initiate conversations with their team, identify actions to improve the employee experience and fully engage the team to contribute their best every day. Company leaders take the results seriously, and work to support managers by providing them with the necessary resources to change the company for the better.

    The ethics and compliance groups provide a range of tools and resources to help managers and employees discuss ethics issues and regularly practice ethical decision-making skills. The tools and resources include:

    • Ethical Business Conduct Guidelines (PDF). Please note: This document for Boeing employees is being provided for reference to stakeholders outside the company. However, it contains links to material accessible only from inside the www.hrcrn.twputing network.
    • Workplace case studies based on actual events.
    • Staff meeting materials that drive openness, trust, and personal accountability, and encourage speaking up without fear of retaliation. Additional topics are provided to help employees respond ethically when faced with normal business pressures, such as workforce shifts, and cost or schedule constraints.
    • Training refreshers on company procedures and policies.

    Code of Conduct

    The Boeing Code of Conduct establishes behavioral expectations for Boeing employees at all levels of the company – wherever they are in the world. Along with Boeing’s Enduring Values, the code serves as the foundation for our workplace culture and provides the basis for the way we conduct business.

    While we are committed to performing all business in accordance with relevant laws and regulations and provide our employees with a robust set of internal policies, we believe that it is our commitment to operating with integrity that ensures our long-term business success.

    Every year from January to February, managers and employees meet to review and discuss Boeing expectations to keep promises, hold ourselves and each other accountable, and model ethical behavior. As part of these discussions, all employees reaffirm their personal commitment by annually signing the Code of Conduct and acknowledging their responsibilities to ask questions, seek guidance and to raise concerns about potential violations.

    The code is available in English and these languages.


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    Complying with external regulations and our own strong internal policies and procedures is not only the right thing to do — it is vital to the ongoing success of our company. To ensure we maintain effectiveness and continually enhance this area, compliance monitoring and assessments are built into all levels of the business.

    Senior leaders of every Boeing business and function are responsible for identifying, analyzing, raising and addressing key compliance issues. They do this through the Compliance Risk Management Board (CRMB), which is chaired by the senior vice president of the Office of Internal Governance and Administration, as well as involvement from other senior executive leaders. The CRMB's oversight enables the company to identify risk areas and ensure consistent actions across the company in order to remain compliant. It also facilitates cross-enterprise discussion to support proactive management of emergent risks.

    As outlined in Boeing's Audit Committee Charter, the senior vice president of the Office of Internal Governance and Administration reports at least annually to the Audit Committee on Boeing's compliance with its risk management processes, as well as regular reporting on the company's Ethics and Business Conduct programs. More details on reporting and oversight functions of the CRMB can be found in the Audit Committee Charter, published on the Boeing Corporate Governance page.

    Managers are responsible for compliance within the areas they oversee, and along with all employees, receive annual training on compliance risk areas tailored to their specific work. This includes training for a range of topics such as U.S. Defense Department procurement rules, proper handling of sensitive information and anti-corruption. Each year, managers complete an online compliance training questionnaire for their respective employees. Based on manager responses, the system generates individualized training plans that support the kind of work the employee performs.

    Boeing uses ongoing monitoring to track and assess effectiveness of internal controls and processes in meeting compliance goals. Each year, all compliance training is reviewed for relevance and effectiveness, based on subject matter experts’ feedback and effectiveness surveys from training completions. It is also refreshed as needed to ensure content is current and meaningful. From the company’s most senior leadership to its newest workers, Boeing employees are committed to ensuring that compliance is core to everything we do.

    Vulnerability Handling & Disclosure

    The www.hrcrn.twpany is committed to maintaining the safety and security of our systems and our customers’ information. We encourage earnest, responsible reporting of potential vulnerabilities in any product, system, or asset made by or belonging to Boeing.

    Security Vulnerability Submission Process

    If you believe you have found a vulnerability in a Boeing product, system, or asset, please submit the vulnerability information to Boeing through an encrypted communication method. For submission via Email, please send an encrypted file detailing your submission. Encrypt your file using our public Boeing PGP/GPG public key.

    To enable Boeing to remedy the vulnerability, please report it as soon as possible after discovering it and provide a detailed summary of the vulnerability, including the following if known:

    • A description of the finding and how it was discovered
    • The product(s), system(s), or asset(s) affected
    • Reproduction instructions to enable Boeing to validate the vulnerability (e.g., actions and results)
    • Your contact information and PGP key.

    Personal data Boeing receives in connection with your submission will be retained and protected in accordance with the company’s privacy policies and any applicable laws.

    A Boeing representative will acknowledge receipt as soon as possible, typically within 48 hours.

    Submit any vulnerability information in accordance with the following guidelines:

    • Do not engage in any activity that can potentially cause harm to Boeing, our customers, or our employees.
    • Do not engage in any activity that can potentially stop or degrade Boeing products, systems or assets.
    • Do not engage in any activity that violates (a) federal or state laws or regulations or (b) the laws or regulations of any country where (i) Boeing data, assets or systems reside, (ii) Boeing data traffic is routed or (iii) the researcher is conducting research activity.
    • Do not store, share, compromise or destroy Boeing or customer data. If Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is encountered, you should immediately halt your activity and contact Boeing.
    • Do not initiate a fraudulent financial transaction.
    • Provide Boeing reasonable time to fix any reported issue, before such information is shared with a third party or disclosed publicly.

    Contact details:
    Email address: [email protected]

    Speaking Up

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    Speaking up is a cornerstone for building an open and accountable workplace culture. At Boeing, we believe that creating an environment where employees are comfortable raising issues and concerns without fear of retaliation enables openness which can lead to improved business performance and inspire greater innovation. Boeing maintains policies and procedures to encourage employees to report concerns and seek guidance, using confidential and, when preferred, anonymous methods, including contacting local ethics advisors, using toll-free phone numbers and accessing web-based portals. Retaliation against reporting parties is strictly prohibited by the Code of Conduct, and action is taken against violators of anti-retaliation policies, up to and including dismissal.

    Boeing promotes awareness of the company’s reporting system and non-retaliation policies in recurrent employee communication, command media and posters that are displayed in high-traffic work areas across the enterprise. Managers also are asked to encourage speaking up within their own teams by using materials and resources developed by the Ethics and Business Conduct team to foster dialogue and increase openness. As part of the company’s Speaking Up initiative, managers and employees have access to a series of modules with supplemental team activities that emphasize the importance of speaking up, listening, and taking action. Electronic cards, or e-cards, can be used by all employees to recognize colleagues for speaking up and demonstrating leadership.

    How to Contact Boeing's Ethics Organization

    Boeing offers a number of confidential channels for seeking guidance or reporting concerns about possible violations of regulations or company policies. Those contacting Boeing may choose to remain anonymous or self-identify.

    The Boeing Ethics Line (1-888-970-7171) is staffed during U.S. business hours (8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Central time, Monday through Friday) and is available to Boeing employees, suppliers, contractors or other Business Partners inside and outside of the company.

    U.S. employees with access to the Boeing Intranet may also submit questions and concerns 24 hours a day, seven days a week on the internal Ethics website.

    The Boeing Global Ethics Lines are available in 32 countries and are staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Due to regulations of some European countries, Boeing may not be able to accept anonymous submittals.

    Country-specific telephone numbers are below:


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 778-734-0114 (Collect)
    Instructions: Advise the operator that the collect call number is located in Vancouver, Canada.

    Australia & South Pacific

    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 0011-800-699-61111


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 001-800-699-61111
    Instructions: The toll-free number must be dialed exactly as listed.

    Brazil (South America)

    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 0021-1-888-530-6120

    Canada (Ottawa/Winnipeg)

    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 1-888-530-6120


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 400-120-3590
    Instructions: The toll-free number must be dialed exactly as listed. If a restriction prevents reaching the Global Ethics Line, call collect at 778-734-0114 and advise the operator that the collect call number is located in Vancouver, Canada.


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 00-800-699-61111


    Ethics Line: 00-800-699-61111

    Hong Kong

    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 800-961-695


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 778-734-0114 (Collect)
    Instructions: Advise the operator that the collect call number is located in Vancouver, Canada.


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 000-800-040-1123
    Instructions: Please note that this number is not accessible from the following carriers: BSNL Mobile, and TTSL Prepaid. If a restriction prevents reaching the Global Ethics Line, call collect at 778-734-0114 and advise the operator that the collect call number is located in Vancouver, Canada.


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 00-800-699-61111


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 00-800-699-61111; 014-800-699-61111
    Instructions: Your location will determine which of the above numbers will work. Please note that this number is not accessible from the Palestinian Authority or from the Paltel Mobile Network. If a restriction prevents reaching the Global Ethics Line, call collect at 778-734-0114 and advise the operator that the collect call number is located in Vancouver, Canada.


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 00-800-699-61111


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 0120-938-134
    Instruction: If a restriction prevents reaching the Global Ethics Line, call collect at 778-734-0114 and advise the operator that the collect call number is located in Vancouver, Canada.


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 778-734-0114 (Collect)


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 00-800-699-61111


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 01-800-062-8324


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 00-800-699-61111


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 00-800-699-61111


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 778-734-0114 (Collect)
    Instructions: Advise the operator that the collect call number is located in Vancouver, Canada.


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 00-800-699-61111


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 00-800-699-61111
    Instructions: The toll-free number must be dialed exactly as listed.


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 4 419 9252 (collect)
    Instructions: Advise the operator that the collect call number is located in Vancouver, Canada.

    Republic of Korea

    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 002-800-699-61111


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 810-800-699-61111
    Instructions: This number is accessible to subscribers of Rostelecom, Aerocom, Gaztelecom, Global One, Rus Telnet, Income and TCM. If a restriction prevents reaching the Global Ethics Line, call collect at 778-734-0114 and advise the operator that the collect call number is located in Vancouver, Canada.

    Saudi Arabia

    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 800-814-4301


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 001-800-699-61111
    Instructions: For mobile callers, service is restricted to subscribers of Mobile 1, Singtel Mobile, and Starhub Mobile. If a restriction prevents reaching the Global Ethics Line, call collect at 778-734-0114 and advise the operator that the collect call number is located in Vancouver, Canada.


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 00-800-699-61111


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 00-800-699-61111


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 00-800-699-61111
    Instructions: Note that access is not available from mobile phones using the KG Telecom network. If a restriction prevents reaching the Global Ethics Line, call collect at 778-734-0114 and advise the operator that the collect call number is located in Vancouver, Canada.


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 00-800-142-040008
    Instructions: Access is not available from mobile phones If a restriction prevents reaching the Global Ethics Line, call collect at 778-734-0114 and advise the operator that the collect call number is located in Vancouver Canada.


    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 0-800-501426

    United Arab Emirates

    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 800-018-2455

    United Kingdom

    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 00-800-699-61111

    United States

    Toll-Free Ethics Line: 1-888-970-7171

    All Other Countries

    U.S. Ethics Line: 1-888-970-7171

    Anti-Corruption Program

    Boeing strictly forbids bribery and corruption of any kind. It is imperative that we compete on the merits alone. Integrity is a core company value and in support of it, Boeing publishes an internal policy inclusive of anti-corruption and bribery requirements and expectations applicable to employees, Board of Directors, and other stakeholders.  Boeing also provides employees and other stakeholders detailed procedures to ensure compliance with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other global anti-corruption laws and regulations; requires annual training related to ethics and compliance; and provides guidance and instructions on various reporting mechanisms. This guidance is clear that we must never sacrifice our ethical principles to win or keep business—that no business is worth it.

    Our anti-corruption program is organized into nine areas and includes extensive controls tested regularly to ensure effectiveness. Employees are encouraged to report concerns and potential issues. Confidential and anonymous reporting methods are provided. Retaliation against reporting parties is strictly prohibited, and action is taken against violators of anti-retaliation policies. The company also makes its employees aware of their federally protected whistleblower rights which are designed to protect employees against retaliation for reporting potential wrongdoing by a U.S. contractor or subcontractor.

    Competing Globally with Honesty, Integrity and Compliance

    Boeing’s anti-corruption program is organized into nine areas, and reflects the company’s commitment to competing globally with honesty, integrity and in full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Detailed policies and procedures govern each area and demonstrate the company’s zero tolerance for corruption, applicable to employees at all levels and in every location where we operate. We work with our partners, including through Boeing-appointed board members, to ensure that the joint ventures in which we participate adopt similar policies and procedures to govern their respective operation. Program risk is assessed throughout the year, and results are shared at the company’s executive council and board levels. Assessment results are used to make improvements to further strengthen the program and sustain effectiveness.

    Business Courtesies, Giving and Receiving

    Boeing employees are required to be vigilant in ensuring that any business courtesy is reasonable, lawful and fully justified under the circumstances, and does not suggest the appearance of impropriety. Company policies and procedures strictly prohibit offering any courtesy that could be misinterpreted as an attempt to gain an improper business advantage, and include elevating thresholds of management approval. Before any courtesy is offered, an employee must determine that it is lawful and appropriate and would not cause embarrassment to the company or recipient.

    Additionally, employees must follow strict guidelines when determining if an offered courtesy can be accepted. Employees are prohibited from soliciting courtesies, or accepting any courtesies when a real or perceived attempt is being made to influence action by Boeing.

    Employment Decisions

    Boeing policies and procedures require that all hiring decisions be made fairly, ethically and in accordance with all relevant laws and regulations. Additional precautions, including Law Department review, are taken for hiring decisions involving current or former non-U.S. government officials, representatives of non-U.S. airlines, officials of public international organizations and their relatives.

    Financial Controls, and Books and Records

    The Boeing financial management system is designed to assure, among other things, that company resources are effectively and efficiently managed and that reporting requirements are satisfied with integrity and reliability and in compliance with all relevant laws, regulations and generally accepted practices and principles. Specific to anti-corruption controls, all employees are required to maintain accurate financial records and appropriately document and obtain approval of costs and expenses. Employees may not approve expense reports for themselves or their peers. Use of company credit cards for non-business expenses is strictly prohibited. Personal credit cards may not be used for business expenses, except in very limited circumstances. Company policy prohibits falsification of accounting or other business records.

    Grants, Business Donations, Sponsorships, Memberships

    Boeing makes investments in communities where employees live and work through charitable grants, in-kind donations, sponsorships, volunteer time and memberships to various organizations in order to promote positive and sustainable change. Boeing policy requires that all grants, business donations, sponsorships and memberships be made in an ethical manner and in accordance with all laws and regulations. All requests for payments or donations to support an organization or project outside of the United States are reviewed by the Law Department.

    Company contributions are subject to review and approval prior to offering, as outlined in the Company's internal Company Contributions procedure. This addresses our internal contribution process inclusive of, but not limited to, the application process and properly vetting recipients for charitable donations, sponsorships, and more.

    International Consultants

    Boeing recognizes that good business practices include drawing on the expertise of outside consultants and professional service providers. To ensure those relationships comply with applicable laws, the company has detailed requirements for creating, maintaining and renewing consultant relationships. The company conducts appropriate and risk-based due diligence on the consultant’s statement of work and geographic location, and renews that due diligence at appropriate intervals. All consultant agreements require strict compliance with applicable laws and with Boeing’s ethical business conduct guidelines. Hiring, renewing or expanding the scope of work of any consultant requires multi-layer executive management approvals and review by the Law Department.

    Mergers and Acquisitions

    Boeing pursues mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and equity investments when such transactions fit with the company’s strategic and operating objectives. All such transactions are accompanied by comprehensive due diligence to examine rigorously the books, records, corporate filings, operations and compliance history of the candidates for the transactions.

    Non-sale Agreements (including Teaming Agreements)

    Boeing policy sets out detailed procedures for review and approval of teaming agreements and other non-sales agreements with companies, including appropriate levels of due diligence to ensure compliance with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other applicable anti-corruption laws. Terms and conditions in those agreements must include warranties of compliance with all applicable anti-corruption laws.

    Non-U.S. Political Contributions

    Boeing maintains detailed requirements for all political activities inside and outside the United States. For activities outside the United States, Boeing policy prohibits company contributions to political candidates, political parties and party officials, and political advocacy groups. This prohibition covers both monetary contributions and in-kind donations.

    Supplier Relationships

    Boeing contracts with suppliers around the world to provide products and services in support of its diverse business portfolio. Company policies and procedures are designed to ensure that supplier relationships follow the highest standards of ethical business conduct. Our procedures provide that the procurement department is responsible for establishing all new supplier contractual relationships and for providing oversight of the company's supplier base. Moreover, we annually assess enterprise risks and develop a risk-based audit plan to support achievement of business and compliance objectives. In each of the last three years, we have audited supplier management processes related to establishment of new supplier relationships and oversight of our supplier base.

    Appropriate due diligence is conducted for potential suppliers, such as screening governmental and industry listings for instances of sanctions and/or other compliance concerns. The terms and conditions in all supplier agreements require that suppliers provide assurance of compliance with all applicable anti-corruption laws, granting Boeing contractual rights in the event of a breach, inclusive of termination rights. Additionally, company procedures prohibit employees from soliciting gifts from suppliers or having any contact with suppliers that would give rise to even the appearance of impropriety, and require all employees to comply with anti-kickback laws and regulations.

    Industrial Participation

    Boeing enters into various industrial participation agreements with certain customers outside of the U.S., primarily as a result of country laws and regulations, to provide economic flow back or the transfer of technology or skills to their businesses or government agencies as the result of their procurement from us. These commitments may be satisfied by our local operations in those countries, placement of direct work or vendor orders for supplies, opportunities to bid on supply contracts, transfer of technology or other forms of assistance as prescribed by country laws and guidelines. In certain cases, our commitments may be satisfied through other parties (such as our vendors) who purchase supplies from our non-U.S. customers. To be eligible for such a purchase order commitment from Boeing, a non-U.S. supplier must have sufficient capability to meet our requirements and must be competitive in cost, quality and schedule. Even in these cases, Boeing retains the responsibility of the obligation.

    Boeing has dedicated departments focused exclusively on the management and execution of industrial participation commitments. Boeing has specific processes and procedures that detail responsibilities to address industrial participation activitie,s and receives support from other functions to complete due diligence, comply with export restrictions and prevent corruption. These teams’ training curriculums and guidance are tailored to meet all requirements, including anticorruption, conflict of interest, and business courtesies as regulated by U.S and local laws.

    Boeing is an active member and participant in industry associations, such as the Defense Industry Initiative (DII) and the International Forum on Business Ethical Conduct (IFBEC). These forums enable sharing of best practices to eliminate corruption, including corruption in industrial participation, and facilitate the industry-wide implementation of mitigation efforts.