Boeing's Case

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The Boeing’s Case
Questions for Thought

1. Identify the stake holders in this case.
A. The shareholders because they invested their money into the production of the Boeing’s Company. B.The employees were next because there were some layoffs and cut backs. 2. What is the Procurement Integrity Act?

The Procurement Integrity Act prohibits the release of source selection and contractor bid or proposal information. Also, a former employee who served in certain positions on a procurement action or contract in excess of $10 million is barred for one year from receiving compensation as an employee or consultant from that contractor. What are the ethical implications of the act? The ethical implications on the act are that the post-employment restrictions on receiving compensation are in addition to the post-employment restrictions. What is its relevance in this case? The relevance in this case is because of the employees leaving and has held certain positions in the company on the procurement action contract must abide by the Leaving Government Policy. 3.The cover-up of an unethical actions always seems worse than the crime. Do you agree or disagree? I agree. I agree because when one covers-up an unethical action shows what kind of character one has built for them, it also shows what type of person you are or have become. And that causes others to want to question your every move. Unethical behavior is like having bad conduct and it can destroy you or maybe even the company you work for.
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