Intel’s Anti-Corruption Policies

Intel’s Anti-Corruption Policies

Intel’s Anti-Corruption Policies

No Bribery: Intel strictly prohibits all forms of bribery. This means never offer, promise or accept bribes or kickbacks and do not participate in or facilitate corrupt activities of any kind. Code of Conduct: Intel expects its business to be conducted with uncompromising integrity and professionalism. This expectation applies to all Intel employees and third parties ...when conducting business or providing services on Intel’s behalf. Third parties should read and understand Intel’s Code of Conduct. (Click on the hyperlink to read the Code of Conduct) Compliance with Anti-Corruption Laws and Intel Anti-Corruption Policies: Intel can be held liable for the actions of third parties who perform services for or on Intel’s behalf. Such actions may include interactions with Government Officials, Government Employees or employees of State Owned Enterprises. Third parties are expected to comply with Intel’s Anti- Corruption Polices, and local, regional or country anti-corruption laws and regulations, regardless of local business practices or social customs. No Facilitation Payments: No payments may be made on behalf of Intel directly to, or for the personal benefit of, any government official, government employee, or anyone acting in an official capacity to influence that person to engage in or refrain from an official act. This prohibition applies to all Intel employees and third parties when conducting business or providing services on Intel’s behalf, regardless of the amount. Expediting Fees: published government rates or fees that a government agency or entity charges for the purpose of expediting a service are permissible payments. Such payments are made to a government agency and a receipt for the expedited service must be obtained as proof of payment. How to Raise Questions or Concerns: If you have questions or concerns, or suspect corrupt activity, you have numerous avenues to report them to Intel, including email, telephone, and letter to Intel Legal, Intel Internal Audit, or your Intel account manager. Click here to find more information for options to report an ethics or legal concern: Reporting Ethics and Legal Concerns July 2013 Read the full Intel’s Anti-Corruption Policies.