In communities around the world, we are Defining Possible.
At Northrop Grumman, we take pride in conducting business with a broad perspective, taking into account customers, employees, shareholders, the environment and communities in which we operate.
As we continue to grow, we remain committed to maintaining the highest ethical standards, embracing diversity and becoming an ideal corporate citizen. We do so by implementing our core values: taking responsibility for the quality we put forth, delivering customer satisfaction, demonstrating leadership, acting with integrity, valuing our people, and treating our suppliers as essential team members.
Northrop Grumman’s philanthropic initiatives build meaningful partnerships to define what’s possible in our communities. We work with dynamic partners to support the needs of local communities through contributions from the company, the Northrop Grumman Foundation and our employees.
Learn more about our areas of focus:
Diversity and Inclusion
We believe that creating a work force and a workplace that values diversity and fosters inclusion is pivotal to promoting innovation and increasing productivity and profitability.
Our goal is to continually support and nurture the large number of Northrop Grumman employees whose backgrounds, characteristics and perspectives are as diverse as the global communities in which we reside.
Employees are a key component of building partnerships for stronger communities. Our employee volunteerism and outreach initiatives align with our strategic focus areas: K-12 STEM education, support to our military and veterans, health and human services and environmental stewardship. Whether tutoring students in math, preparing care packages for our troops, contributing to a company-sponsored drive or volunteering with a local nonprofit organization, the passions of our employees help transform our communities.
Employee Resource Groups
Thousands of enthusiastic Northrop Grumman employees are engaged in one of 13 Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) that provide distinct benefits for both the member and the company. Across more than 260 chapters, these groups include those supporting African Americans, Asian Pacific Islanders, Hispanics, Native Americans, women, people with disabilities, veterans, LGBTQ+ employees, young professionals, parents, multiple generations, remote employees and environmentalists. Every ERG is inclusive of all employees.
We align our business with sustainability practices, embrace green initiatives and translate our values into measurable actions. We aim to become a more sustainable business by measuring impact; encouraging conservation at home, in the workplace and in the community; and by supporting environmentally friendly businesses and initiatives through our corporate responsibility program.
Northrop Grumman Sustainability Report
Our annual Sustainability Report provides transparency into our goals, commitments and achievements, and highlights what we are doing to help protect the environment, engage each employee and support our communities, while creating long-term value for shareholders.
Ethics and Values
Our sense of ethics and doing what is right are the cornerstones of Northrop Grumman’s exemplary reputation and the guiding principles that drive our commitment to corporate responsibility. They allow us to gain respect and support within our communities, help provide a competitive advantage in the marketplace, and attract and retain individuals who not only demonstrate, but also demand high standards of business conduct.
We are guided by seven core values: quality, customer satisfaction, leadership, integrity, people, safety and suppliers.
Supporting Veterans through Operation IMPACT
Operation IMPACT (Injured Military Pursuing Assisted Career Transition) is a diversity program within Northrop Grumman focused on assisting severely wounded service members as they transition from the military to a private-sector career.