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Corporate social responsibility

Our ultimate purpose is to deliver specialist products and secure services which contribute towards making our world a safer, fairer and more prosperous place

Our staff and our partner organisations care about delivering our public duty whilst using our skills and creativity to minimise further harm to the world in which we live.

We want to work together to secure a common good. We are proud of our approach and contribution to this sustainable ambition.

Sourcing and selling with integrity through an ethical supply chain

We give our customers confidence in the products and services we sell and the way we sell them. We increase transparency in how our products and services have been sourced, because conducting fair business and customer relationships today will build a stronger FCDO Services for tomorrow.

Unlocking staff potential

We create a diverse and inclusive culture, with a strong focus on wellbeing, because the future of our business depends on us, as staff, reaching our full potential.

Delivering more with less

We innovate to use natural resources as efficiently as possible and reduce our environmental impact and emissions, because by delivering more with less, we’ll protect our long-term financial sustainability.

Creating a diverse and inclusive culture

We believe that everyone should feel able to be themselves and be supported to do their best work. We believe that a diverse workplace makes us better. Take a look at our diversity and inclusion page for more information.

Slavery and human trafficking statement

We produce and publish a slavery and human trafficking statement each financial year, in line with the Modern Slavery Act 2015. Our statement summarises the steps taken during the last financial year and the steps we will be taking over the coming year to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in any part of our business or supply chain.

FCDO Services’ slavery and human trafficking statement