Please contact Doug Farren for more information.
Ihe purpose of IFBEC is to:s
a. Promote and foster through the Global Principles the development of global, industry-wide ethical standards for the companies that are active in the aerospace and defense business sector.
b. Organize opportunities for industry and relevant stakeholders to exchange information and best practices concerning ethical business challenges, practices and opportunities worldwide.
In The News
- IFBEC Releases First Annual Public Accountability Report (October 2012)
- IFBEC Hosts Third Annual International Conference (October 2012)
- IFBEC Hosts Second Annual International Conference (Nov 2011)
- The Value of Ethics in the Global Marketplace (May 2010)
- Berlin Conference on Aerospace Industry Business Ethics (Jan 2010)
- AIA Leadership Signs Global Principles of Business Ethics (Nov 2009)
- ASD and AIA Business Ethics Principles (October 2009)
- ASD and AIA Joint Statement of Adherence (October 2009)(PDF)
2012 IFBEC Annual Conference
The IFBEC Annual Conference is an important, interactive dialogue on promoting and enhancing global, industry-wide ethical standards within the Aerospace and Defence Industry. This year’s conference will take place on September 12-14th at the CESEDEN - Centro Superior de Estudios de la Defensa Nacional, in Madrid, Spain.
The Conference will include speakers from around the globe who will share perspectives on emerging trends, risks and opportunities in the area of business ethical conduct in the aerospace and defence industry, as well as strategies for how to combat corruption and enhance the culture of integrity within our industry. We hope that you will take this opportunity to add your voice to this important initiative and to learn more about emerging trends, risks and opportunities in the field of global business ethics. The IFBEC conference agenda can be found HERE and hotel options can be found HERE. Please contact PJ Hart, firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like information about attending the conference.
IFBEC is the international organisation of the global aerospace and defense industry that maintains the Global Principles of Business Ethics for the Aerospace and Defense Industry (GP).
How to Become a Member
Global Principles of Business Ethics Company Statement indicates a company's commitment to the Global Principles and the mission of IFBEC. Companies seeking to join IFBEC should review its charter and by-laws for eligibility and then download and complete the Statement of Adherence. Email completed statements to INQUIRY@ifbec.info.
Companies seeking to join the IFBEC must execute a letter that affirms the company’s commitment to the Global Principles and mission of the IFBEC and also indicates the company’s agreement to be bound by the IFBEC charter and pay applicable membership fees. The letter also stipulates whether the applicant company agrees to have its Company Statement posted on the IFBEC website, and whether it will allow the IFBEC to link from the company’s name on the IFBEC website to the company’s ethics website. A draft letter is available for companies to use to satisfy this requirement.
- BAE Systems Plc.*
- BAE Systems, Inc.*
- The Boeing Company*
- Dassault Aviation*
- General Dynamics Corporation*
- General Dynamics European Land Systems
- L-3 Communications Corporation*
- Lockheed Martin Corporation*
- Meggitt Plc.*
- Northrop Grumman Corporation*
- Raytheon Company*
- Rolls-Royce Plc.*
- SERCO Group PLC
- WSK "PZL-Rzeszów" S.A.
* Steering Committee Member