Leidos, Noblis Named Among ‘‘Most Ethical Companies’ for 2019

The Ethisphere Institute has named Leidos and Noblis to the research organization's compilation of the World's Most Ethical Companies for 2019.

This is the eighth time that Noblis has earned the designation and the second for Leidos.

The institute, which uses an in-house ethics quotient framework to rank firms, recognized a total of 128 honorees in this year's list.

Roger Krone, chairman and CEO of Leidos, said the recognition "highlights the ethical practices of our exemplary employees who work hard each day to drive positive change."

Amr ElSawy, president and CEO of Noblis, cited the company's work with federal clients as one reason "why it is crucial that we place objectivity and integrity at the center of our work and our organization."

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