Trafficking in Persons Federal Government Purchasing Policy

Trafficking in Persons Federal Government Purchasing Policy

Trafficking in Persons Federal Government Purchasing Policy

The definitions provided in section 103 of The Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act (TVPA), as amended in 22 U.S.C. 7102 applies to all Intel procurements. All Intel Suppliers’ Federal government purchases shall be made pursuant to FAR 52.222-50, Combating Trafficking in Persons. Suppliers will ensure that supplier, its employees, agents, and its lower tier ...suppliers engaged in any performance of an Agreement with Intel will not: engage in severe forms of trafficking in persons, procure a commercial sex act, or use forced labor in the performance of any agreement with Intel. Suppliers must maintain an “Anti-Trafficking in Persons” compliance plan that will include, but not be limited to: an awareness program, a reporting process, compliant recruitment and wage plans, a housing plan (if applicable), and procedures to prevent violations by agents and subcontractors, when a purchase order or release is for supplies, other than commercially available off-the-shelf Items, acquired outside the United States, or Services to be performed outside the United States, and the amount paid by Intel to supplier under an Agreement exceeds $500,000 USD. Suppliers must inform Intel immediately if supplier or any employee, agent, or lower tier supplier has violated this Trafficking in Persons Federal Government Purchasing Policy. Intel follows all applicable laws and regulations, and expects its suppliers to comply with them as well, to include: all policies posted on supplier.intel.com, (including the EICC Code of Conduct). The Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC) Code of Conduct is consistent with Intel’s Code of Conduct. Intel expects ALL suppliers to comply with the expectations in the EICC. To that end, the EICC prohibits the holding of workers’ original identification documents, such as passports. Additionally, Intel prohibits the payment of any recruitment fees by workers including any government imposed foreign worker or other levies. Intel expectations on Preventing Forced Labor in the Supply Chain are contained in a webinar and supporting material which are available upon request. September 2015 Read the full Trafficking in Persons Federal Government Purchasing Policy.