We are in the midst of pulling all the content and data together for our 2007 Corporate Responsibility Report that will be published in May, 2008. We’ve been doing this a long time and have used many different formats to obtain feedback in order to improve the Intel report each year.We have 3rd party assessments performed on the report. It’s reviewed by students at various colleges and universities. We gather feedback from employees and community groups. Social investors also give us fairly specific feedback. The Global Reporting Initiative G3 guidelines even provide us targets to shoot for in terms of disclosure. However, I’m pretty confident there is more work to be done in terms of organization, topic areas and data – to make the report more useful to you – our readers. There are 3 key components of our reporting strategy. 1 – a full pdf report that includes all content, applicable links, data tables and GRI references. 2 – a website which includes a link to the full report and attachments as well as seven tabs that provide an introductory level of information – Overview, CEO letter, Corporate Profile, Workplace, Environment, Education, Community, and Supply Chain. 3 – a printed “Executive Summary” that is available for pick up at Intel’s Annual Stockholders’ meeting, mailed to interested stakeholders and available for Intel employees and BOD. By the way, if you want to be on the hardcopy mailing list, just let me know. As we begin this year’s process again, I’m asking for your direct and honest feedback. Not so much on what you like or dislike, but on what would make the report better – more useful to you. This can be about any and all 3 of the main report delivery methods above or any part (or lack there of) of the full report – including the way it’s organized, communicated or in any content areas. I realize this is voluntary – but I promise to read every last comment and share them with my reporting team. There are so many reports out there these days – and so many readers who are looking for something specific, I’d like to know what you want to see. Thanks in advance!
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