This week we're discussing a core value that sets the ethical compass for our actions and decisions at DISA – "Doing the Right Thing."

The concept of "Doing the Right Thing," or moral integrity, is woven into the very fabric of our culture at DISA. It extends beyond business transactions and interactions, becoming a guiding principle that shapes our individual and collective character. C.S. Lewis famously said, "Integrity is doing the right thing, even when no one is watching." This sentiment perfectly encapsulates our commitment to this core value at DISA. Our integrity influences the quality of our relationships, the respect we earn, and the reputation we build in our industry.

Often, success is linked to tangible results and outcomes. Yet, the real essence of success lies in the morals we maintain, the ethics we adhere to, and the integrity we demonstrate. This commitment to ethical conduct leads to better products and services, cultivates a strong culture, and creates a positive work environment. It refines us as individuals and as a collective, making us better human beings and a stronger organization.

Ethisphere's Annual World's Most Ethical Companies list recognizes companies demonstrating exceptional ethical leadership. The annual report found that highly ranked companies on the list consistently outperformed comparable large-cap indices. This emphasizes the positive correlation between ethical practices and financial performance.

At DISA, "Doing the Right Thing" means treating everyone with respect and being honest and accountable. This ethos applies to our interactions with employees, customers, and the communities we serve. This principle shapes the DISA Difference – our commitment to upholding the highest standards of ethical conduct and always doing what's right.

I am proud to be part of a team that upholds such a valuable core value. Let's continue to embody "Doing the Right Thing" in all our actions and decisions to maintain the DISA Difference that sets us apart.

 One Team, One Future, One DISA