Illumina is committed to the highest possible standards of ethical, moral and legal business conduct. To help facilitate the reporting of good faith concerns regarding, among other things, Legal and Ethical Issues, Accounting and Finance, Discriminatory Employment Practices, Harassment and/or Misconduct, Substance Abuse concerns, Breach of Confidentiality, Environmental Health & Safety Issues, Anti-Bribery and Regulatory violations, Illumina has established a third-party compliance hotline and website that Illumina employees and others may use.
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Illumina is committed to conducting its business in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, and with the highest ethical standards. Based on this commitment, our Board of Directors has adopted this Code of Conduct that applies to all of our employees, consultants, temporary workers, officers, and members of the Board of Directors, regardless of location, seniority level, business unit, function, or region. The Code of Conduct includes various topics including fraud prevention, bribery & corruption, anti-discrimination, anti-harassment, marketing & sales claims and government interaction.
We have established a Compliance Committee to direct and oversee our compliance activities, including administering the Code of Conduct. The Compliance Committee is comprised of senior executives, one of which is our Chief Compliance Officer. Our General Counsel has been designated as the Company’s Chief Compliance Officer.
Illumina provides training on its Code of Conduct for new and existing employees as well as training on other company policies. Training is conducted through Illumina’s Learning Management System and training records are documented for all employees.
Illumina, Inc. (“Illumina”) has established one or more policies and processes (the “Compliance Program”) to comply with California’s healthcare professional aggregate spend law, Cal. Health & Safety Code §§ 119400-119402 (the “Law”). This Statement on Compliance with California Law is applicable to any Illumina personnel who interact with California healthcare professionals as defined in the Law.
Illumina is committed to conducting its business ethically and in compliance with all applicable laws. To the best of its knowledge and based on a good faith understanding of the statutory requirements, Illumina has established the Compliance Program to meet the requirements set forth in the Law, including an aggregate HCP spend limit. Illumina has tailored the Compliance Program to meet the specific needs of Illumina and periodically assesses the effectiveness of the Compliance Program. Thus, subject to the limitations described above, Illumina declares that Illumina is, in all material respects, in compliance with the Compliance Program for reporting period of June 1, 2023 through May 31, 2024.
As recognized by the United States Office of Inspector General’s (“OIG”) Compliance Guidance, even an effective compliance program cannot eliminate the possibility that one or more individual employees could engage in conduct that would be considered improper. Accordingly, this declaration is not intended, and should not be construed to imply, that there have not been violations of the Compliance Program nor that Illumina has not identified any individual instances in which there may have been violations of one or more provisions of the Compliance Program.
Compliance program materials can be found in the "Related Links" section above. Written copies of these materials can also be requested by contacting Illumina's Corporate Compliance team at