The Self-Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ) is a risk-assessment tool developed by the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA, formerly known as the EICC) which enables corporations to evaluate specific supply chain risk areas including, labor, health and safety, environment, and ethics. The latest version of the SAQ was released by the RBA in February, 2018. Intel’s SAQ Summary consists of... an overall score by site, along with individual site scores for each of the four aspects of the RBA Code of Conduct. We evaluate our manufacturing site’s risks annually using this tool to and appropriately address any risks identified. . The results are shared on the Intel website as part of our commitment to transparency. The most recent SAQ results show overall low risk levels even though we saw a slight decline in facility average scores since 2017. The RBA deems any score above 85% to be Low Risk. The corporate level score is 89.6% and overall facility scores range between 90% – 94%. In addition to providing subcategory results by facility, we also share a brief overview of our management approach to these issues on the following page. Intel Self-Assessment Questionnaire Subcategory Results by Facility for 2018 Health & Site - Location Overall Score Labor Environment Ethics Safety 93.4% 96.3% 88.7% 90.1% 98.9% China - Chengdu 93.7% 96.7% 89.0% 90.9% 97.9% China - Dalian 92.4% 97.1% 87.4% 86.9% 97.9% Ireland 91.5% 95.2% 84.2% 89.8% 97.9% Israel 91.6% 91.3% 88.4% 92.0% 98.6% Malaysia - Penang 91.1% 91.3% 88.2% 89.8% 97.9% Malaysia - Kulim US – Arizona - 90.6% 94.1% 84.9% 86.9% 97.9% Chandler US - Arizona - 91.2% 92.7% 84.2% 92.3% 97.9% Ocotillo US - New Mexico - 90.2% 95.1% 84.6% 83.7% 97.9% Rio Rancho US - Oregon - 92.3% 97.1% 84.6% 90.6% 97.9% Aloha US - Oregon - 90.3% 93.2% 82.0% 90.7% 97.9% Ronler Acres 93.5% 94.7% 89.7% 92.3% 98.2% Vietnam June 2018 Corporate Responsibility at Intel At Intel, corporate responsibility is part of our integrated management approach. We have taken steps to embed corporate responsibility into our corporate objectives, governance and compensation systems, and value chain. In 2009, the Intel Human Rights Principles were established to formalize our commitment to respecting human rights worldwide. These principles apply to all employees and contingent workers, including those in our subsidiaries. We believe our focus on corporate responsibility creates value for Intel and our stakeholders. It helps us manage our business more effectively and identify ways to apply our technology and expertise to benefit the environment and society, which in turn helps us mitigate risks, reduce costs, protect brand value, and identify market opportunities. Labor We manufacture the majority of our products in our own factories. This gives us more control over enforcement of the Intel Code of Conduct expectations than we would have if we outsourced most of our production. We also maintain an “open door” policy, which enables employees to speak directly with all levels of management about their ideas, concerns, or problems, and to collaborate with managers to address workplace issues. We apply the same high expectations and human rights standards to our suppliers, as well; regardless of where we operate. For example, as a result of our eﬀorts to detect and address the risks of forced and bonded labor among our suppliers Read the full Intel Self-Assessment Questionnaire Summary June 2018.