Draft AAA Code of Ethics Compared With Existing Code

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2009 Code in Times New Roman, black (with an exception, explained below)

Draft code in Calibri in red

To facilitate the work of the task force, we’ve decided to produce a side by side comparison document with the new draft code of ethics provisions and the latest (2009) version of the code. The 2009 code is presented in its current order in black. Each section of the current code is followed, where appropriate, by the draft code revisions in red (with the draft principle named in parentheses after the text).  Where necessary/useful, particular pieces of the draft code corresponding to specific text in the current code is underlined and bolded.

Where text in the current code has not been explicitly / evidently reiterated in the draft code, that text is in blue and italics.

The preamble, the introduction, and the epilogue are not included here; the Task Force continues work on those sections. We welcome your comments and feedback.

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Ethics Task Force reviews new draft principle

This post is a special message by the Ethics Task Force. They are currently reviewing the Code of Ethics and request active participation of member input. To view the recent Draft Principle, click here. Additional information, comments and announcements during this review process are located here. As a reminder, the task force has been asked to undertake a … Continue reading Ethics Task Force reviews new draft principle

Ethics Task Force Compiles Draft Principles One to Four

The Task Force for Comprehensive Ethics Review has compiled the first four draft principles for member review.  These are the same draft principles that have previously been posted here. The Task Force wanted to circle back and post the draft principles as compilation in a continued request for help from AAA Members in the reviewing and refining process. We … Continue reading Ethics Task Force Compiles Draft Principles One to Four