ASPEN COMMISSION ™

THE CENTER FOR PHILOSOPHY POLITICS SPIRITUALITY AND SCIENCE ™

 

Aspen Commission Professional Code of Ethics ©

The  Academy recognizes the responsibility of political science professionals to foster high ethical standards in our profession. THE ACPS ™ does hereby adopt the following CODE OF ETHICS and PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS to provide direction in attaining high principles of truth, justice, zeal and good faith dealings.

1. To abide by the laws of the United States of America* or State or Provincial Regulator or * your Sovereign Country. To maintain high standards of conduct when seeking employment, performing services, and negotiating transactions so as to create a high ethical standard to the public.

2. To illustrate zeal and professionalism with all of our dealings with media, clients and customers.

3. To continue building the knowledge base of our professional community through study, collaboration, and continuing education.

4. To work with universities and academic groups in improving political science standards, and the practical  education of individuals.

5. To augment confidence and the trust of the public and our employers using diligence, honesty, cooperation, and confidentiality.

6. To provide occasional pro-bono assistance to the disadvantaged persons who may seek insight and advise in the public policy and political fields.

7. To observe the designation trademarks, service marks, intellectual property rights of the ACPS.

8. To protect and respect the intellectual property of the ACPS and to report any misuse of property.

9. To further the harmony and communication between the nations of the world.

10. To reduce waste, improve efficiency, and protect the environment through the effective use of natural resources. ©

 

*These ethics and terms are binding as part of use of any membership or certification designation from the Commission

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"Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure... than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat.

-- Teddy Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States of America