Following Israel’s December 2008 participation in the working group to combat bribery, and its subsequent entry into the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention in March 2009, the Director General of the Defense Ministry set guidelines for the adoption and implementation of a compliance program aimed at preventing bribery and corruption and which, as of 2011, constituted a condition for receiving marketing and export licenses from the Defense Export Control Agency (DECA).
The OECD standards require doing business ethically and morally all over the world and at all levels.
Bagira’s management considers the issue of compliance of the utmost importance; all employees in Israel and abroad are committed to the program and all related procedures.
The Armaz Group compliance program operates at three levels: prevention, control, and punishment. The program is available upon request.
Concern regarding violations of compliance rules may be submitted on anonymous basis here.CEO Compliance letter