I've created a corporation to engage in software consulting for a major sensitive industry institution. As part of the contract paperwork to my corporation, they've presented me with a form stating I should disclose all my outside business (and otherwise time-consuming) activities to them.
My question is whether that form is directed at me as an individual, or to my corporation? (From the wording, it seems it refers to my person) Is it reasonable that I, as an individual, should report any of my outside activities (business and otherwise) to them if they're signing the agreement with my corporation?
What could be my strategy if I wanted to let them know that I don't intend to compete or undermine their business, while not having to divulge all my other unrelated activities, business and personal?
Thanks for your time!