Forbes, JUST Capital Recognize Leidos in Top 100 Corporate Citizens List; Roger Krone Comments

Roger Krone

Leidos has been included in Forbes and nonprofit company JUST Capital‘s list of top 100 publicly traded U.S. companies recognized for their corporate citizenship efforts.

Reston, Virginia-based Leidos said Tuesday it landed the 62nd spot on the Just 100 List that ranked corporations based on criteria such as worker pay and treatment, customer respect, product quality, environmental impact, ethical leadership, job creation and local community support.

Roger Krone, chairman and CEO of Leidos, said that being included in the list reflects the company’s culture of innovation that helps build trust with customers.

The company also ranked third among 15 computer services providers analyzed for the list as well as placed first for customer service and 25th for environmental impact.

Forbes and JUST Capital surveyed 72,000 individuals over a three-year period to determine the key seven business behaviors against which 875 companies were evaluated.

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