Integrity Minute

Integrity Minute

Lockheed Martin’s episodic “Integrity Minute” video series invites you to take a front-row seat in an ethical dilemma. The video series is produced by the Lockheed Martin Ethics Office, and content is derived from real Lockheed Martin Ethics investigations. You may watch new episodes as they are released or view the compilation after the final episode appears.


Our most current Integrity Minute series is made available on so it can be viewed by all employees. Academic institutions can license prior Integrity Minute series free of charge for use in classrooms.
For more information, contact the Corporate Ethics Office

Series 56: "Is the Service Good Here?"

Did you know that, at Lockheed Martin, nearly one in five employees have served in uniform? And many continue to serve as Reservists. For some, transitioning from military service into the civilian workplace isn't always smooth. Trouble enculturating can create challenges not only for the veteran, but also for their leader and teammates as they become part of a new work group.

Dylan brings valuable skills and experience to the team, but is struggling to adapt.  His supervisor, Aviva, is under schedule pressures and is getting impatient. Integrity Minute 56 follows Dylan, Aviva, Phyllis, and Jay as they find better ways to communicate and understand each other's point of view.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Does the Lockheed Martin Integrity Minute replace annual ethics awareness training or compliance training?
A: No. All employees are still required to complete annual ethics awareness training, plus any business conduct compliance training courses.

Q: I have experienced or witnessed some of the issues depicted in the Lockheed Martin Integrity Minute. What should I do about this?
 The best option in most situations is to discuss the situation with your supervisor, manager, or someone higher up in your chain of command. If you are not comfortable with this option, contact Human Resources or your Ethics Officer. You can also call the Corporate Ethics HelpLine at 1-800-LM-ETHIC (1-800-563-8442).

Q: Is it mandatory for employees to view the Lockheed Martin Integrity Minute?
 No, employees are not required to watch the Lockheed Martin Integrity Minute.

Q: What should I charge my time to while watching the Lockheed Martin Integrity Minute?
 Consult with your supervisor for any labor charging questions. The Lockheed Martin Integrity Minute episodes are intentionally short (usually 3 minutes each) so that labor charging should not be an issue; however, if employees encounter downloading issues, the time spent could be longer. Employees without Internet access at work can use their home computers to access the videos on