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CGF AIRCRAFT CORPORATION MEMO To: Members of the Ethics and Business Conduct Committee From: Susan Litzinger, Director of Ethics and Business Conduct Date: March 1, 20-- Subject: Reported Ethics Cases 20-- SL Enclosed is the annual Ethics and Business Conduct Report, as required by CGF Policy CGF-EP-01 , for your evaluation, covering the first year of our Ethics Program. This report contains a review of the ethics cases handled by CGF Ethics officers and managers during 20--. The ethics cases reported are analyzed according to two categories: (1) major ethics cases, or those potentially involving serious violations of company policy or illegal conduct, and (2) minor ethics cases, or those that do not in- volve serious policy violations or illegal conduct. The report also examines the mode of contact in all of the reported cases and the disposition of the substan- tiated major ethics cases. It is my hope that this report will provide the Committee with the information needed to assess the effectiveness of the first year of CGF’s Ethics Program and to plan for the coming year. Please let me know if you have any questions about this report or if you need any further information. I may be reached at (555) 211-2121 and by email at <[email protected]>. Source: The T echnical Wr iter’ s Companion (3rd edition) by Gerald J. Alred, Charles T. Brusaw, and Walter E. Oliu (Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2002) Model Document: Formal Report Transmittal memo identifies topic of attached formal report. Memo author initials document before distributing. Content of report is briefly summarized. Closing expresses hope that report fills its purpose.
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REPORTED ETHICS CASES Annual Report 20-- Prepared by Susan Litzinger Director of Ethics and Business Conduct Report Distributed March 1, 20-- Prepared for The Ethics and Business Conduct Committee CGF Aircraft Corporation Source: The T echnical Wr iter’ s Companion (3rd edition) by Gerald J. Alred, Charles T. Brusaw, and Walter E. Oliu (Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2002) Title defines report purpose and in- cludes period cov- ered in subtitle. Report author in- cludes name and title. Includes name of company to which report is submitted. Title page is unnumbered.
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ABSTRACT This report examines the nature and disposition of 3,458 ethics cases handled companywide by CGF Aircraft Corporation’s ethics officers and managers during 20--. The purpose of this annual report is to provide the Ethics and Business Conduct Committee with the information necessary for assessing the effectiveness of the Ethics Program’s first year of operation. Records maintained by ethics officers and managers of all contacts were compiled and categorized into two main types: (1) major ethics cases, or cases involving serious violations of company policies or illegal conduct, and (2) minor ethics cases, or cases not involving serious policy violations or illegal conduct. This report provides examples of the types of cases handled in each category and analyzes the disposition of 30 substantiated major ethics cases. Recommendations for planning for the second year of
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