2002 Intel Corporate Responsibility Report
Corporate responsibility has no endpoint. Rather, we see it as an ongoing cycle of integration, translation and alignment. Here as elsewhere, our values inform our ideas and our conduct. Quality, discipline, risk-taking, a focus on customers and results, and a commitment to being a great place to work shape our framework for action and our roadmap for gauging performance. To improve our performance over time, we must identify emerging issues and trends, and translate that knowledge into strategies for our business groups. Our stakeholders play an invaluable role in this process. Engaging with customers, suppliers, shareholders, communities, legislators, and employees provides the information and insight we need. Moving forward, we will continue to look for new ways to improve disclosure and communicate the information our stakeholders care about.
This year’s report is based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) 2002 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines. The guidelines have served as an outline for our reporting since they were drafted in 1999. We will continue to base our report on them in the future. This report presents financial data in U.S. dollars. Our EHS data includes widely accepted parameters and units. We discuss many of the robust management systems we have used to monitor and collect the information for this report in detail in each section. Intel is committed to continuous improvement in our performance and to sharing the knowledge that we gain with our employees, customers, suppliers, shareholders, the communities in which we live and work, the scientific community, government, and industry. A GRI content table is provided on the inside back cover of this report as a cross-reference to the report content.
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