Social Responsibility


Centerra Business Ethics and Conduct

Centerra has a long and excellent reputation for honesty, professionalism, and integrity. Centerra and its subsidiaries, are expected to adhere to the highest legal and ethical standards when conducting business.

Centerra’s commitment to integrity is the cornerstone of the way we do business. The company has established:

  • Code of Conduct
  • Standard of Business Ethics and Conduct Policy
  • Employee open line reporting mechanism
  • Ethics program with an Ethics Director
  • Board of Director oversight and annual ethics program review
  • Annual certification by Centerra key personnel of adherence to all Centerra ethics policies and procedures

It is our policy to adhere to all applicable federal, state, local law and the laws of other countries in which it operates. As a government contractor, we must comply with the contractor responsibility provisions of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and all other laws concerning contracts or subcontracts with the United States Government.

Centerra considers its reputation, professionalism with integrity, one of its most critical assets. Management and employees all have an unwavering commitment to upholding the highest standards of business ethics is support of its reputation.

Protecting the Environment

Centerra recognizes that our business activities have direct and indirect impacts on the environment. We remain committed to managing and minimizing those impacts in a responsible manner.

For example, we promote the following activities in our office environments:

  • Motion activated lights
  • Turning off PCs at the end of the day
  • E-mail signatures that discourage the unnecessary printing of documents
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Recycling programs for aluminum products, paper, cardboard, plastic, and toner cartridges
  • Purchase eco-friendly recycled or biobased material (office products)
  • Purchase Energy Star compliant equipment
  • Purchase of frangible ammunition (lead free) for use at selected ranges
  • Re-use packing/crating material and pallets
  • Electronic storage systems that replace paper storage and the movement of that paper back and forth when needed
  • Use of environmentally friendly cleaners/slovents

Vehicles

A major part of our carbon footprint is produced by our vehicle fleet, due in part to the significant number of vehicles we use. Consequently, we are focusing many of our carbon-reduction programs in this area. They include:

  • Eco-driving training for our operational vehicle and company car drivers
  • Exploring alternative fuel sources
  • Collect used motor oil for re-use to generate electricity (SRS)
  • Use of electric vehicles when appropriate

Community Outreach

Community Outreach / Charitable Donations

  • Amanda J. Buckley “Give A Smile To A Child” Foundation, Inc.
  • Angel Tree for Boys Town South Florida
  • Big Brothers & Big Sisters
  • Boys & Girls Club
  • Challenged Athlete Foundation Buddy Bowl
  • Concordia Christian Academy Memorial
  • Fighting Blindness Foundation
  • Flags Across America
  • Florida Blood Centers
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Indian River State College (See posted document)




  • Junior League
  • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  • Little League
  • Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Firefighting Stair Climb Event
  • Make A Wish Foundation
  • March of Dimes
  • Safe Streets
  • St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
  • The Salvation Army




  • The American Heart Association
  • The American Cancer Society
  • The American Red Cross
  • UDT/SEAL Museum
  • United States Police Canine Association
  • United Way
  • US Chamber of Commerce
  • US Marine Corps Association
  • US Marine Corps Toys for Tots