Quality Charter

At DCI, we are committed, along with all defence and domestic security stakeholders, to transferring the French Armed Forces’ excellent know-how to France-friendly countries. Now more than ever, we are working toward a safer world for the common good.

We have a serious responsibility in conducting our missions and building our partnerships. We are committed to maintaining these high standards and are preparing for the future with a company-wide renewal approach. Innovation is our vehicle for progress.

DCI, A MARKET-LEADING COMPANY, IS 100% COMMITTED:

IN ITS IDENTITY :

  • To transferring the French Armed Forces’ excellent know-how to France-friendly countries
  • To focusing on customer satisfaction
  • To listening to our partners, our environment and all stakeholders

IN HUMAN RESOURCES :

  • To recruiting industry-leading experts
  • To encouraging our people to be succesful
  • To supporting multiple talents and cultures

 

IN ITS ACTIVITIES :

  • To optimising our practices and ensuring excellence via suitable control mechanisms
  • To protecting people in high-risk activities

 

DCI, A DYNAMIC COMPANY, IS COMMITTED:

TO INCREASING THE INFLUENCE OF FRENCH MILITARY KNOW-HOW :

  • To supporting the new capability requirements of friendly countries with high-added value services for training, consulting and assistance

 

DCI, A CONTINUOUSLY EVOLVING COMPANY, IS COMMITTED:

  • To innovating in order to meet your challenges
  • To ensuring that teams are fully engaged in their missions and driven by collective intelligence

 

business ethics :

Operating in a sensitive area, in a context of complex interactions between state and industrial interests and, to a certain extent, committing the image and the credibility of the French State, DCI has always had an exemplary, voluntaristic business ethics policy on the subject of the risk of corruption.
In the pursuit of its activities, whether as a service provider or contractor, DCI has always been concerned about respecting legality, and in particular, the rules prohibiting corruption or influence peddling, by placing the quality of its services, the integrity of its missions and employees at the heart of its daily actions, like in its company management.
In recent years, DCI has continued and amplified these efforts to prevent the risk of corruption and the law’s new obligations provide the opportunity to crown these moves by the implementation of an anti-bribery management system which is presented for ISO 37001 certification in 2018.
This has also an opportunity for us to create our Compliance Guidelines, which illustrate both DCI’s commitments to conform to its legal obligations, and those of its employees vis-à-vis the group’s interests, in a domain where great vigilance is always appropriate.
These Compliance Guidelines are aimed at guiding the decisions and behaviours of the directors and employees of the entities of DCI Group, as well as all third parties with whom DCI Group has relations.

Have you had personal
knowledge of facts contrary
to our code of conduct?

We encourage you
to bring a report to
conformite@groupedci.com

A report must be factual,
disinterested and in good faith.

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