As one fundamental value of the human being and as an ethical principle, the faculty to choose to do the right thing is determined, which goes in accordance with the principles of equity, honesty, justice, accountability, and transparency.
It entails the unrestricted compliance with laws, regulations, and internal norms; avoiding any action that could discredit the institution, its members, or the professional exercise of our functions. We strive to not only do what is legal, but also what is right.
Implies honesty and accountability in decision making, generating credibility and trust through free access to information, open communication, and broad participation within legal and functional limits.
Incorporates the privacy and protection of data and information that is not of public nature corresponding to the contributors and that of the management of the entity, respecting what is established in the Organic Law of Transparency and Access to Public Information and in the agreements and contracts signed by the (FIAS).
Includes the commitment and dedication to fulfill our duties as citizens and collaborators.
We support all efforts to eradicate corruption in any of its levels, applying internal and external control and supervision standards to all the entity’s operations and processes.