General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)

Vectrus’ Commitment to Protecting Personal Data

Vectrus is committed to complying with all applicable regulations, including the European Union’s GDPR. GDPR applies to all companies that process individual personal data in the EU, regardless of where the company is based. Processing is defined broadly and refers to anything related to personal data, including how a company handles and manages data, such as collecting, storing, using and destroying data. Vectrus has data policies and procedures that comply with GDPR. You can find out more information about our data practices below, but here are a few highlights:

  • Vectrus does not sell or rent anyone’s personal data
  • Vectrus has robust controls in place to ensure that the data we have is protected
  • Vectrus ensures that data transferred out of the EU is done so in a lawful manner

To read more about our data practices, please see our Data Privacy Notice. In this notice, we describe the type of data we collect, the purpose for which we collect it, and how we use it. We also discuss the rights granted to you as a “data subject” under GDPR.

Vectrus cares about the privacy of its employees, consultants, contractors and all whose data we possess, and we protect it accordingly. Even though GDPR does not require Vectrus to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO), our DPO’s contact information is listed below. You can make data subject requests or find answers to your questions by contacting our DPO.

Jennifer Jiang

2424 Garden of the Gods Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80919

To make a data subject request, please contact

Employee Data Privacy Notification regarding new Human Resources System

This notice describes the details of Vectrus’ implementation of a new Human Resources system, available in PDF icon EnglishPDF icon GermanPDF icon DanishPDF icon Spanish and PDF icon Turkish. For additional information regarding the system, its use or protection, please contact our DPO or your local Human Resources representative.