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Federal Regulation | May 14, 2019

Anti-Trafficking in Persons Compliance Plan

All Catholic Relief Services (“CRS”) employees must comply with CRS’ Policy on Safeguarding, which prohibits trafficking in persons.

The United States Government (the “USG”) has also adopted a policy prohibiting trafficking in persons and enacted related rules for organizations performing certain USG contracts, grants and cooperative agreements. The USG imposes severe penalties for violations of these rules, which could result in the discharge of employees, subcontractors or subrecipients and a limitation or prohibition of CRS from doing business with the USG. In accordance with these USG rules, CRS has adopted this Anti-Trafficking in Persons Compliance Plan (the “Plan”).