Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy
DocsCorp is committed to conducting its business ethically and in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, including the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the United Kingdom Bribery Act (UKBA) and similar laws in other countries that prohibit improper payments from gaining a business advantage. This statement describes DocsCorp’s Policy prohibiting bribery and other improper payments in the conduct of DocsCorp’s business operations and employee responsibilities for ensuring implementation of the Policy. Questions about the Policy or its applicability to circumstances should be directed to Anthony Long, DocsCorp CFO & HoC.
DocsCorp strictly prohibits bribery or other improper payments in any of its business operations. This prohibition applies to all business activities, anywhere in the world, whether involving government officials or other commercial enterprises. A bribe or other improper payment to secure a business advantage is never acceptable and can expose individuals and DocsCorp to possible criminal prosecution, reputational harm, or other serious consequences.
This Policy applies to everyone at DocsCorp, including all officers, employees, and agents or other intermediaries acting on DocsCorp’s behalf. Each officer and employee of DocsCorp has a personal responsibility and obligation to conduct DocsCorp’s business activities ethically and in compliance with all applicable laws based on the countries wherein DocsCorp does business. Failure to do so may result in disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal.
Improper payments prohibited by this policy include bribes, kickbacks, excessive gifts or entertainment, or any other payment made or offered to obtain an undue business advantage. These payments should not be confused with reasonable and limited expenditures for gifts, business entertainment, and other legitimate activities directly related to the conduct of DocsCorp’s business.
DocsCorp has developed a comprehensive program for implementing this Policy through appropriate guidance, training, investigation, and oversight. Anthony Long has overall responsibility for the program, supported by DocsCorp’s executive leadership.
DocsCorp endeavors to always do business in a way that is ethical, fair, and legal. This Policy is an integral part of that commitment, and every employee must play their role in upholding it. As such, employees and others acting for, or on behalf of, DocsCorp is encouraged to report suspicious activity to Anthony Long, the overseer of this policy. DocsCorp’s executive leadership will support anyone who makes such a report in good faith.