Anti-Bribery Policy (PDF)
The Anti-Bribery Policy establishes our corporate policy and procedures for ensuring compliance with anti-bribery laws, including the United States Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”), the U.K. Bribery Act, legislation enacted under the OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions (“OECD Convention”), and similar laws of other countries.
Antitrust Policy (PDF)
Antitrust laws forbid any business practice that reduces competition, either through collusive activity among competitors or through the use of a strong market position to exclude rivals. In the US, these laws are referred to as “Antitrust laws”; outside of the US, they are referred to as “Competition laws”. The Antitrust Policy establishes our corporate policy and procedure for ensuring associates and individuals who participate in Gartner Peer Activities comply with Antitrust and Competition laws in all regions in which the company does business.
Code of Conduct
The Gartner Code of Conduct is the guide for how we expect associates to conduct themselves in dealings with the communities we serve — both outside and inside the company. It incorporates many policies, explaining them in a way that all associates can fully understand and use to make the right decisions in every setting, every day.
Conference Registration Terms and Conditions
Current statement for Gartner conference registrants.
Conflict of Interest
Gartner’s reputation for independence and objectivity is one of the company’s most important business assets, and one that Gartner associates are all expected to preserve and protect. Gartner associates are expected to consider the rights, interests and responsibilities of Gartner as well as those outside the company with whom we do business, and to avoid situations in which their own interests actually conflict, or may be seen as conflicting, with those of the company.
Copyright & Quote Policy
Gartner, Inc.’s name and published materials are subject to trademark and copyright protection, regardless of source. This section is a guide to how Gartner material is permitted and not permitted for use.
Gartner strives to meet the highest standards for accuracy and thoroughness in our research and editorial coverage. When corrections occur they will be listed in this area.
Fraudulent Communications (PDF)
You may be contacted by unscrupulous people who pretend they work for Gartner to try to get you to provide personal information, money, or payment information. These communications may include Gartner branding, but they are not legitimate. If you suspect a communication from Gartner is fraudulent or a scam, please review this guidance for more information.
Gartner’s Supplier Code of Conduct (PDF)
Gartner is committed to conducting business in an ethical and honest manner and in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. To ensure consistency and mutual commitment, Gartner requires that our suppliers (including their employees, representatives and subcontractors) comply with this Supplier Code of Conduct (“Supplier Code”).
Gartner Usage Policy
The Gartner Usage Policy (formerly the Usage Guidelines for Gartner Services) outlines how licensed users of Gartner research are entitled to use our Services with regard to (a) Research Documents (Internal Use), (b) Research Documents (External Use), (c) Inquiry and (d) Usernames & Passwords. Through the inclusion of practical scenarios, the Gartner Usage Policy helps you use the Services within the parameters of your License and also get the most value out of your Gartner relationship.
Human Rights Policy
The global Human Rights Policy applies to all Gartner employees, those doing business with, or for, Gartner and others who may act on Gartner’s behalf. This policy applies to all Gartner office locations and wherever Gartner business is conducted.
Modern Slavery Act Statement (PDF)
Current statement for Gartner U.K. Limited.
Terms and conditions for the Gartner Payment Portal.
Public Policy Advocacy and Political Contributions Policy
Gartner believes that engagement in the political, legislative and regulatory process is important to our company. We participate in the political and public policy process in ways that are intended to support the best interests of our company, employees, customers and shareholders. Our political activities are never based on the personal preferences of individual employees, executives, or board members. They are done in accordance with all applicable laws, and consistent with our high ethical standards.
Guidelines for browser support and screen resolution.
Talent Network Privacy Notice (PDF)
Current statement for prospective employees of Gartner.
This section details the general terms applicable to use of the gartner.com website and the Gartner content that is freely accessible on this website.
UK Tax Strategy (PDF)
Current statement for Gartner U.K. Limited.
Section 172 Statement for Gartner UK Limited (PDF)
The Companies Act 2006 sets out a number of general duties which directors owe to the company. New legislation has been introduced that requires Gartner UK Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gartner Inc., to include a statement in its Annual Report to help shareholders better understand how directors have discharged their duty to promote the success of the company, while having regard to the matters set out in section 172(1)(a) to (f) of the Companies Act 2006.