Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

SAIC has policies and procedures to ensure compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Information regarding these policies and procedures, including access to training, is provided here.

The U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) criminalizes acts of bribery in pursuit of international business or the provision of anything of value in order to obtain an unfair advantage.

About FCPA Compliance Training

SAIC policies and procedures are designed to ensure compliance with the FCPA. The training provides information on these policies and procedures.

In particular, SAIC procedures regulate the hiring of international agents as reflected in the SAIC Administrative Handbook. SAIC has put these important policies and procedures in place because under the FCPA, hiring a agent without following company procedures can create liability for both the company and the employees involved.

Who Should Take this Training?

FCPA training is required of all U.S. or foreign national employees, as well as agents and certain other third parties, consultants, distributors, agents or Individual Subcontractors that are or become involved in obtaining, retaining, or administering international business for SAIC.

Access the Training

SAIC Employees

  • Please contact your manager.

For Non-Employees

  • Please see your SAIC point of contact.