Once a year everyone has to dress like a grown up.
It's a lonely job, but someone's gotta do it.
A quiet moment. Good thing the lab floors are FDA clean!
Project Managers and Technicians communicate daily.
Collaboration in the Bull Pen.
Regular Project Meetings synchronize all departments.
On-site testing and repair facilities.
It's either the Lab Rats, or the Wait Staff from the Olive Garden.
Cherokee Group
 
Policies on Business Influence

Illicit Influence Policy

All government agencies have rules regarding corruption and conflict of interest. Cherokee, as a "supplier" to these government agencies, is subject to these laws. Cherokee has established similar guidelines related to these issues, and are described here.

Influencing Cherokee
No Vendor shall attempt to influence, or cause to be influenced, any Cherokee employee or contractor in the performance of his/her Cherokee duties, in any manner which might tend to impair the objectivity or independence of judgment of said employee or contractor, or to otherwise unfairly or illegally influence the outcome of any Evaluation being conducted by Cherokee.

No compensation, commissions, gifts, favors, or entertainment may be offered to, or accepted by, any Cherokee employee or contractor, connected directly or indirectly with the analysis, specification, evaluation or acquisition of any product or service on behalf of a past, present or future Cherokee Client.

A "Vendor", for purposes of this policy, includes any officer, employee or contractor associated with the Vendor, or having an interest in the outcome of the Evaluation in question (such as distributors or investors), or any partnership, firm or corporation with which they are employed or associated, or in which such officer or employee has an interest.

This policy is intended to prevent a conflict of interest, or even the appearance of a conflict. Disciplinary action, probably including dismissal, will result for the Cherokee employee. The matter would be reported immediately to the appropriate Client, and referred to appropriate law enforcement agencies having jurisdiction.

These guidelines do not prohibit Cherokee, or it's employees or contractors, from receiving gifts from, or contracting with, Vendors under the same terms and conditions as are made available to members of the general business community. However even these "arms length" transactions are discouraged, due to the possibility they could create the perception of, or raise suspicions of, impropriety.

Cherokee's Conduct
Cherokee is committed to conducting itself in a manner that is ethical, legal, and productive.

Cherokee does not, and will not, directly or indirectly, undertake any business, commercial or personal relationship with any officer or employee of any Client having any duties or responsibilities associated with the analysis, specification, acquisition or management of the type of services provided by Cherokee. 

Cherokee will not offer compensation of any kind to, nor attempt to influence unfairly or immorally, any employee or contractor of a present or prospective Client involved in the analysis, specification, acquisition or management of the services provided by Cherokee.

No compensation, commissions, gifts, favors, or entertainment of any kind may be offered to, or accepted by, any Cherokee employee or contractor, connected directly or indirectly with the analysis, specification, evaluation or acquisition of any product or service on behalf of a past, present or future Cherokee Client.

By using this web site you are agreeing to abide by our "Terms of Use." 

To learn how your agency can consistently make better IT decisions, please contact:

Ian Richardson, at:

Chero
kee Group, Inc.
133 Maple Avenue
Red Bank, N.J. 07701

(732) 741-2000

Fax (732) 741-2009
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