Cultivating A Responsible Enterprise


Cultivating a Responsible Enterprise



Our quest for environmental stewardship includes minimizing our impact on the planet through innovative solutions. Learn More



We believe that the resiliency of the company and economies rely on advancing a diverse community of innovators and an empowered workforce. Learn More



Our guiding principles set the expectations for integrity and ethics and oversight of our operations. Learn More

Our corporate social responsibility is a vital component of our quest to deliver a better world."

Charles L. Harrington  Executive Chair, Parsons Corporation

2020 Responsibility Highlights


Global Employees


Voluntary Turnover Rate


Years World's Most Ethical Companies


Volunteer Hours (since 2019)


Reduction In Greenhouse Gas Emission (Scope 1 and 2)


BOD/Executive Leadership Diversity


The ability to measure and report on our performance begins with identifying goals. Our transparency and accountability on ESG topics inspires change and helps us to deliver on our mission.
PLEASE NOTE: The charts below indicate 2020 performance.

Reduce Absolute GHG Emissions (Scope 1 and 2) By 20% By 2025 (MT CO2e)

Enhance Gender Diversity In North American Workforce

Enhance Racial/Ethnic Diversity In U.S. Workforce

Our Core Values

Through the regular application of these six principles, we continue to uphold our reputation as a company that truly does good work while providing value to our customers, shareholders, and the communities where we live, work, and play.


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GRI Framework

For transparency into our corporate social responsibility efforts, we utilize The Global Reporting Initiative™ (GRI) standards. Review our most recent disclosures.

Corporate Social Responsibility

As we become more interconnected around the world, our commitment to corporate social responsibility and our core values is more important than ever. That’s why we continue to promote and advance corporate programs that promotes stewardship, both in our business and the communities we serve.

Our Stories

Chuck McGregor

VP, Military And Veteran Affairs

Parsons Will Sponsor The 2021 MMAA Military Spouse Scholarship And The Donna Johnson Equality And Valor Award

The Modern Military Association of America (MMAA), the nation’s largest LGBTQ military and veteran non-profit organization, announced a significant new partnership with Parsons who will provide funding for the 2021 MMAA Military Spouse Scholarship and the 2021 Donna Johnson Equality and Valor Award, which honors the life and legacy of one of Parsons’ former employees — Army National Guard Staff Sergeant Donna Johnson — who was killed in action by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan. Donna’s widow, Tracy Johnson, also worked for Parsons.

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Brittanny Belanger

Assistant Inspector, Mobility Solutions

Reducing, Reusing, And Repurposing

I am proud to be part of a company that values sustainability as one of its core values and is conscious of the impact our work has on the environment. As an Inspector, I value being able to contribute by reinforcing our values in providing environmental-friendly, and effective solutions on our projects. Earthub is a business that grew out of a realization that there are so many hard to recycle single use items that we use every day. While it is not my primary job, it inspires me to find connections between what I do at Parsons and my personal passion for environmentalism.

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World’s Most Ethical Company, Ethisphere Institute

James S. Cogswell Outstanding Industrial Security Achievement, Defense Counterintelligence And Security Agency

Robert W. Campbell Award, National Safety Council

DVBI Award, Virginia Department For The Blind And Vision Impaired

Top 50 Company For Diversity, STEM Workforce Diversity Magazine

Nunn-Perry Award, Mentor Protégé, U.S. Department Of Defense Small Business Program

Employer Support Of The Guard And Reserve, Secretary Of Defense

Best For Vets Employers For 2020, Military Times

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