Ethics and Compliance
Ethics at ATI is more than mere compliance with the letter of the law; it is a commitment to uphold the spirit of ethical conduct. All ATI employees demand the highest standards of business conduct from ourselves and all ATI partners and suppliers. Our core values—integrity, passion, teamwork, excellence, and agility—drive our dealings with our partners and are the foundation for our success.
ATI maintains a comprehensive compliance program that meets the standards outlined in Section 8B2.1 of the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines and the Department of Justice memorandum on Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs, as well as industry best practices. For more information about our compliance program, contact:
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Summerville, SC 29486
Supplier Code of Conduct
ATI has implemented a Supplier Code of Conduct, which outlines our expectations for the high ethical and compliance standards we require from our Suppliers.
The Supplier Code of Conduct is reflective of the standards for ATI Associates, Executives, Director, Partners, and Affiliates. ATI expects our suppliers, subcontractors, and vendors to not only comply with the ATI Supplier Code of Conduct but to also have their own Code of Conduct applicable to their organization and business operations.
Compliance Program Requirements
All organizations doing business with ATI are expected to have in place a comprehensive compliance program that meets the Department of Justice (DOJ) requirements for corporate compliance programs, detailed in Section 8B2.1 of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines and the DOJ memo on Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs.
Supplier compliance programs should include the following elements:
- Standards, Policies and Procedures
- Compliance Program Administration
- Communication, Education and Training
- Monitoring and Auditing
- Internal Reporting Systems
- Discipline for Non-Compliance
- Investigation and Remediation Measures
ATI Ethics and Compliance Hotline
ATI has implemented an Ethics and Compliance Hotline (in accordance with FAR Part 52.203-13) to serve as a reporting mechanism through which employees, agents, and third party vendors may report suspected instances of improper conduct.
The hotline is available 24/7/365, and all reports may be made anonymously or named at:
SAM is the Official U.S. Government system that consolidated the capabilities of CCR/FedReg, ORCA and EPLS. There is NO fee to register.
ATI subcontractors and suppliers shall complete the Representations and Certifications in SAM.gov.
See How to Register in SAM for further information.
Department Of Defense (DoD) Hotline
The mission of the DoD Hotline is to provide a confidential, reliable means to report violations of law, rule or regulation, mismanagement, gross waste of funds, abuse of authority and classified information leaks involving the Department of Defense; as well as the detection and prevention of threats and danger to the public health and safety of the Department and our Nation.
Anyone may file a complaint with the DoD Hotline at 1-800-424-9098 to report fraud, misuse and misrepresentation relating to DoD contract.
A report can also be made through the Fraud Waste and Abuse website.
Additional Ethics and Compliance Resources
For more information on adherence to laws and establishing effective Ethics and Compliance Programs, please visit the following websites.
Below is a list of Integrated Compliance Solutions providing online training, hotline services, policy management, reporting and analytics, and more:
2019 NDAA Section 889
Section 889 of the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act prohibits the federal government, government contractors, and grant and loan recipients from procuring or using certain “covered telecommunication equipment or services” that are produced by Huawei, ZTE, Hytera, Hikvision, and Dahua and their subsidiaries as a “substantial or essential component of any system, or as critical technology as part of any system.” This section of the 2019 NDAA has two sections both of which are in effect as of August 13, 2020.
Sec. 889(a)(1)(A) required the federal government, as of August 13, 2019, to not “procure or obtain or extend or renew a contract to procure or obtain any equipment, system, or service that uses covered telecommunication equipment or services as a substantial or essential component of any system, or as critical technology as part of any system.”
Sec. 889(a)(1)(B), which is slated to go into effect on August 13, 2020, will prohibit the federal government from entering into or extending or renewing contracts with any entity that “uses any equipment, system, or service that uses covered telecommunication equipment or services as a substantial or essential component of any system, or as critical technology as part of any system.”
Section 889(a)(1)(A) and 889(a)(1)(B) are incorporated into the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) as sections 52.204-24; 52.204-25; and 52.204-26.
The following links include additional information about Section 889 of the 2019 NDAA: