Fluor supports Anti-Corruption Efforts
World Economic Forum Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI)
Fluor Corporation is a World Economic Forum strategic partner and helped found the World Economic Forum Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI), a global anti-corruption initiative, developed by companies for companies, in 2004.
David T. Seaton, Chairman and CEO of Fluor Corporation, is an active member of the PACI board.
PACI offers a risk-mitigation platform to help companies implement effective policies and systems to prevent, detect and address corruption. PACI signatory companies include global energy, engineering and construction, mining and metals, professional services, food and beverage, chemicals, consumer goods, logistics and transport, insurance, and health care industries.
B2012 – Task Force Improving Transparency
The B20, a summit among global corporate leaders to promote dialogue between the G20 government leaders and the private sector, met in Los Cabos, Mexico in June 2012.
David Seaton, Chairman and CEO of Fluor Corporation, was the chair of the B20 Task Force Improving Transparency. The task force urges efforts to combat corruption and improve transparency, developing recommendations for the G20 Los Cabos summit and the next G20/B20 Summit in 2013.
Defence Companies Anti-Corruption Index
Transparency International UK conducted a survey of 129 defence companies analysing the public evidence about how they fight corruption, issued October 2012.
Fluor ranked an “A” on the Defence Companies Anti-Corruption index.
Transparency International, the Global Coalition against Corruption
Fluor has a long relationship with Transparency International (TI), working together to found PACI. Since 2005, Fluor has also provided financial support to TI through the Fluor Foundation.
In 2013 Transparency International-USA recognized Fluor's leadership by awarding Fluor the coveted Corporate Leadership Award.
Fluor Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy
Fluor is a leader in the fight against corruption and has an established policy prohibiting paying a bribe to, or receiving a bribe from any third party.
Read Fluor’s Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy.
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) - Anti-Corruption Education & Training Global ACET Project
Fluor works with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) on anti-corruption measures, including ETHICANATM, a training video dramatizing the devastating effects of corruption in engineering and construction industry.
ETHICANA is intended for corporate training and university teaching. It is subtitled in 28 languages and available with a comprehensive set of training materials. Fluor Foundation provided the lead gift of $100,000 to help underwrite the video and develop accompanying training materials.
ETHICANA was awarded the 2012 Gold Award, in The Power to Make a World category, by the American Society of Association Executives.