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Our Commitment to Ethics

CSRA is committed to engaging in ethical business practices, complying with the laws everywhere CSRA conducts business, and providing a proper and professional work environment. CSRA values straight talk and promotes an open exchange between employees and all levels of management. Employees are expected to report known or suspected violations of CSRA’s Code of Business Conduct (Code), of CSRA policy, or of any law applicable to CSRA’s business activities. Several reporting channels are available to you, including:

  • Your supervisor or manager, skip-level manager, or any other individual in your management chain
  • The CEO or any other officer of CSRA
  • The Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer or anyone in CSRA’s Ethics and Compliance Office (ethics@csra.com)
  • Any member of the Human Resources department
  • The General Counsel or any other member of Legal
  • Internal Audit or Corporate Security
  • The CSRA OpenLine

Confidentiality and No Retaliation

Although you may feel reluctant to raise a concern or ask a question about known or suspected misconduct, CSRA offers multiple communication channels so you may choose a method of communication that is most comfortable to you. And in its efforts to resolve reported issues, the company limits distribution of and access to reported information to only the personnel who need it to properly investigate. CSRA is committed to conducting a fair and thorough review of all reported concerns, to maintaining employee confidence and confidentiality to the extent the law permits, and to protecting employee personal data, as appropriate. CSRA requires cooperation with any internal investigations and expressly forbids any direct or indirect retaliation for reports or communications made in good faith or for an employee's participation in an investigation of misconduct. In addition, you may make a report anonymously and your anonymity will be respected to the extent permitted by law.