Employees are strongly encouraged to direct questions or concerns pertaining to possible violations of the Standards of Business Conduct by members of senior management (e.g., Subsidiary Presidents, Corporate Senior Executives and the Chief Executive Officer) as well as our Board of Directors directly to the confidential Comtech OpenLine at (866) 512-7175 or via the OpenLine web site at https://manage.whistleblowerservices.com/cmtl. The Comtech OpenLine is maintained by an independent third party and provides a confidential communication process for employees via voice mail and the Internet.
Comtech Telecommunications Corp. has adopted these Standards of Business Conduct. Comtech expects all our employees (including individual contractors and individual consultants) to perform their work with honesty, truthfulness, and integrity, and we strive to do business with customers and suppliers of sound business character and reputation. It is the policy of the Company to comply with all applicable laws, including, without limitation, employment, discrimination, health, safety, antitrust and securities laws. No director, officer, executive, or manager of the Company has authority to violate any law or to direct anyone to violate any law on behalf of the Company.
Employees have a range of options in which to seek guidance or report an allegation. They can contact their Supervisor, Human Resources, or Subsidiary President. They can call the Corporate Compliance Officer at (631) 962-7103. The employee may also send an anonymous message to the Comtech OpenLine via telephone at (866) 512-7175 or via Secure Web Form.
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When you send a message using the Comtech Openline, you will receive back a 14 to 16-digit code that can be used to access the status of your message. The person reviewing your message may also use this to ask you, with complete confidentiality, for additional information regarding this issue.
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