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Anti – trust Policy Statement
It is the policy of the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) to abide by all antitrust laws and to avoid any activities that could create even an appearance of impropriety. At conferences and meetings (advisory, consortium, or other organized meetings) sponsored by Turbomachinery Laboratory, there should be no discussion of prices, fees, wages, or costs or any matters affecting prices, fees, wages, or costs. There should be no discussions directed toward refusing to deal with any person or entity. Any survey, formal or informal, of the business practices of members (advisory committee member, consortium member, leaders, exhibitors, etc.) must be approved by the Director of the Turbomachinery Laboratory before it may be conducted. Any person or member who is unsure whether an activity raises antitrust concerns should notify the Director of the Turbomachinery Laboratory either directly or through Turbomachinery Laboratory staff, of the activity immediately.