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Fighting Corruption: Perspectives from Lockheed Martin

By Alice Eldridge | September 19, 2007

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As a government contractor, says Alice Eldrige, Lockheed Martin has traditionally defined corruption as fraud, waste, and abuse. But as definitions broaden and overlap with human resources, what is the best role for ethics departments? She discusses Lockheed's code of conduct, compliance training, and due diligence in acquisitions.

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