HPMC Corporate Ethics & Compliance Officer
HPMC is committed to promoting and adhering to the highest ethical standards in the conduct of its business. Therefore, the integrity of each employee, officer and director is of paramount importance. HPMC requires all employees, officers and directors to be accountable for their actions and to conduct business with the utmost integrity.
To report any Ethical or Fraud, Waste, Abuse concern, you may contact:
Laurie Miller, Vice President and Ethics & Compliance Officer
Fraud is defined as the wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain. Fraud includes false representation of fact, making false statements, or by concealment of information.
Waste is defined as the thoughtless or careless expenditure, mismanagement, or abuse of resources to the detriment (or potential detriment) of the U.S. government. Waste also includes incurring unnecessary costs resulting from inefficient or ineffective practices, systems, or controls.
Abuse is defined as excessive or improper use of a thing, or to use something in a manner contrary to the natural or legal rules for its use. Abuse can occur in financial or non-financial settings.