and manages its work for clients with the highest
standards of professional ethics. Moreover, SC&A
applies the same high level of moral principles to
its business practices. In particular:
- SC&A insists on frequent and open
communications with clients and does not embark on
an assignment until agreement has been reached on our
proposed approach to the work.
- SC&A keeps detailed and transparent
accounting records on historical and projected
expenditures and shares this information with
clients in as much detail as desired and as
frequently as requested.
- SC&A maintains a conflict-of-interest
plan that adopts the Code of Ethics of the
National Society of Professional Engineers, and
that assures that we exercise objectivity in all
of our work and that we are not afforded an
unfair competitive advantage.
- SC&A maintains a Quality Management Plan
that provides a blueprint for the quality
assurance associated with all of our work, and
that is consistent with National Consensus
Standard ANSI/ASQC E4.
- SC&A recognizes that our employees
constitute our only asset, and accordingly we
attempt to treat our people as fairly and
honestly as possible, and with complete
disclosure of the business aspects of our
- SC&A stands behind its work. Should
negligence in the performance of any work be
uncovered, SC&A will repeat the work at no
cost to the client.