As Embrapa is a public company, it shall obey the constitutional principles of lawfulness, impersonality, morality, publicity and efficiency, as well as other principles that guide the Federal Public Administration.

Ethics is one of the organizational values that has always been present in Embrapa's Master Plans, and it is advocated in all its practices.

Embrapa considers Ethics the "promotion of customs and acts deemed to be the best and fairest, with no distinction or discrimination of any nature.

For that purpose, Embrapa instituted a Code of Ethics that establishes principles and ethical values and allows for to a uniform understanding regarding standards of conduct that strengthen the corporation and its commitments to society.

Embrapa's Ethics Commission (CEE), among other attributions, supervises the application of Embrapa's Code of Ethics and the High Federal Administration's Code of Conduct and guides employees regarding their applications.

CheckEmbrapa's Code of Ethics

Check Embrapa's Ethics Commission's Summary Records

Check Embrapa's Code of Conduct

Tall to Embrapa's Ethics Commission