Ethical Tenets of Our Practice
- ACSI will not accept an engagement in which it cannot be certain that it can provide value to the Client.
- ACSI will not accept an engagement wherein the possibility of a conflict-of-interest may exist without first obtaining a clearance from the potential Client.
- ACSI will not make projections based on questionable data. The firm’s consultants shall always diligently pursue valid data to make projections and create reports.
- While engaging in proof-of-performance tests, ACSI shall only use test data that is obtained through direct measurements.
- ACSI's consultants shall not certify or stamp work that it did not perform.
- ACSI employees and the firm’s subconsultants shall consider all Client information confidential and proprietary unless released by the Client in writing.
- No ACSI employee shall offer or comply with a request from a government official for a gift, including meals or other favors. All activity that could be construed as bribing a government employee is strictly forbidden.
- Each ACSI engineering consultant is responsible for his/her own design. No exemplary design which is the work product of a manufacturer or a vendor shall be used in its entirety. All ACSI engineers are responsible for their own calculations and complete design which supports the Clients requirements.