Project One plays a leadership role in TechServe Alliance. TechServe Alliance promotes information and education programs for clients, consultants and vendors.
Project One helped craft the association's business principles, the code of ethics that its members live by.
TechServe Alliance Statement of Business Principles
TechServe members DO adhere to the tenet of equal opportunity for all regardless of race, religion, color, sex, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or national origin.
TechServe members DO abide by all applicable international, Federal, state, and local laws with regard to the operation of their businesses.
TechServe members DO NOT engage in illegal restraint of trade, unfair competition, or violation of anti-trust laws and DO promote free and fair competition among members.
TechServe members DO NOT defame clients, consultants, or competitors.
TechServe members DO preserve all proprietary information relating to the business of their clients.
TechServe members DO actively avoid misrepresenting a consultant's skills or experience.
TechServe members DO NOT misrepresent a consultant's pay rate, contract terms, assignment duration, or other subjects pertinent to the business relationship.
TechServe members DO NOT have unreasonable non-competition clauses or unfairly prevent a consultant from pursuing other opportunities.
TechServe members DO refrain from soliciting employees of their own active clients.
TechServe members DO NOT induce consultants to breach or improperly interfere with a contractual relationship.
TechServe members DO have a clear policy for payment of consulting, marketing and recruiting personnel.
TechServe members DO comply with clients' established business practices including those policies relating to gifts and gratuities to client employees.