Changes to Rockwell Automation Anti-Corruption Program

To distributors, sales marketing consultants, agents


Dear Valued Partner:

We are writing to inform you of a change in Rockwell Automation’s Anti-Corruption program. We have selected GAN Integrity as our new third-party management system for due diligence, replacing Hiperos. We believe that the GAN third party management system offers a number of user improvements, including a more user friendly interface, integrated anti-bribery training and local language capability.   All due diligence will now be completed in the GAN platform, and you will no longer be required to login to separate systems or need a username or password.

What actions are required of you?  No action is required at this time. 

You will be required to renew due diligence during the month of March 2020.

When action is required, you will receive an email from containing a direct link. By clicking on the link, you will be taken directly into the system to complete due diligence with no need for a username or password. 

Please note: If you are required to complete external due diligence we are now using a new vendor, Pacific Strategies (previously used Trace). Note that this means Rockwell Automation will no longer require or pay the annual cost associated with Trace certification. If you do not wish to maintain your Trace certification, you may disregard any emails from Trace. Rockwell will pay the cost to complete external due diligence conducted by Pacific Strategies. 

If you have any questions or require assistance, contact either your Rockwell Automation account manager or Rockwell Automation’s Global Ethics & Compliance team at 


Thank you,

Rockwell Automation Global Ethics & Compliance