Welcome to mTRAC, Motorola's Tracking and Reporting Assets Console.
As Motorolans we have the responsibility and accountablility to live up to Motorola's high ethical standards by adhering to honestly, fariness and doing the right thing without compromising each other, our customers, our shareholders, our suppliers, our competitor's and our communities.
mTRAC's purpose is to provide a system that tracks our company's prototype assets in order to protect our intellectual property and competitive advantage. Safegaurding Motorola's intellectual property is the responsibility of every Motorolan.
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Before you login to the mTRAC application you need to read the Motorola Prototype Policies below.
I have reviewed the Motorola Prototype Handset Control Policy and agree with the provisions, specifically, but not limited to the following:
- All Users are required to complete the mTRAC Motorola Tracking & Reporting Asset Console (CMP1103) course prior to using the system.
- Mobile Devices prototype materials and /or assets are treated as Motorola Confidential Property.
- Employees must keep these assets secure at all times and when not in use , they must be stored in a locked storage. When prototypes are physically transferred to another owner within Motorola, the current owner is required to transfer the ownership of the assets in mTRAC system to the new owner.
- If the prototype or pre-release product is being shown, provided to, and left with, a third party, the appropriate Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA) must be obtained.
- If an asset under a person's ownership is lost or stolen, the owner must report the incident to security team immediately. The Security team at the lost location will launch a lost investigation. Disciplinary action will be taken against any individual with multiple non-compliant losses.
Additionally, I have reviewed the Mobile Devices Prototype Distribution Policy ED 28681, and agree to its provisions, specifically including, but not limited to, the following:
- Prototype plans (including requirements, quantities and target ship dates) must be provided to PS&C at the Compliance Planning meeting.
- Prototypes must never ship outside Motorola without a Product Safety and Compliance (PS&C) approved Exhibit A submission.
- Exhibit A requires SAR testing at PS&C-approved labs together with review and approval by a PS&C SAR SME. Sufficient lead time must be allocated for test, review and approval.
- Exhibit A also requires Safety SME assessment. Again, scheduling must be agreed with the SME to allow sufficient test, review and approval lead time.
Employees who violate these policies will be subject to disciplinary action in accordance with Human Resources policies and any external remedies that may be applicable. This includes Motorola's progressive discipline, termination or compensatory damages for any losses sustained.