Northrop Grumman has detailed its diversity, ethics, educational and environmental programs in the past year in its 2014 corporate responsibility report.
The company said Thursday it achieved a 26.2 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and contributed nearly $16 million to fund global programs that seek to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics education.
Wes Bush, chairman, president and CEO of Northrop Grumman, said the company works to incorporate sustainability into its initiatives in an effort to “create long-term value for all our stakeholders.”
According to the report, the company spent at least 32 percent of its procurement budget on contracts with small, women and minority-owned enterprises.
Nearly 100 percent of Northrop employees were able to complete compliance and ethics training.
Northrop’s report complies with the G4 sustainability reporting guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative.