Intel is recognized as a global leader for pushing the envelope on innovation and operational excellence. Our supply chain provides a competitive advantage along with our technology, manufacturing and architectural leadership. We are proud of how hard we work to manage the increasing complexity of our supply chain, but we must continue to hold ourselves and our suppliers to a high ...standard. This includes effectively mitigating risks and potential supply chain disruptions through the use of a comprehensive business continuity plan. Intel’s Supplier Business Continuity policy is as follows: Suppliers will ensure their senior management support of supplier’s resources to: (i) identify, assess and prioritize risks, and (ii) develop a coordinated plan to manage and mitigate such supply chain risks (the “Business Continuity Plan” or “BCP”). The BCP will: o Embrace best known risk management practices that include preparedness, protection, monitoring, containment, response, reporting and recovery. o Encompass considerations for short or long term business interruptions that may be the result of internal, external, man-made, cyber-attacks or natural disasters. o Be inclusive of its employees; end-to-end supply chain for critical business functions; local infrastructure, facilities, transportation, equipment and information technology systems. o Comply with the guidelines set forth at supplier.intel.com (attached hereto). Suppliers will ensure that the key elements of their BCPs are documented, current, actionable and available to key personnel and Intel when required or requested. April 2, 2014 Read the full Suppliers’ Business Continuity Policy.