Intel Public Policy
Intel works with governments, organizations and industries around the world to advocate policies that encourage new ideas, promote fair commerce and protect resources. By promoting worldwide innovation, competition and an inclusive society, Intel seeks to help people and businesses thrive in an increasingly global economy.
Learn more about our public policies below.
In the News
Intel and NCCU: Changing the Narrative Through Tech, Law and Policy
The murder of George Floyd changed the world. This tragedy, coupled with grave inequities that came to light with the global pandemic, forced us all to accept that racism and injustices are alive and well. It demanded each of us to ask, “What can we do to fix and change the long and painful narrative?”
Read Rhonda Foxx's blog
Transparency, Integration, and Collaboration – What the Shifting ESG Landscape Means for Companies
Over the past year we have seen a significant shift in what investors, customers, employees, and governments expect from companies on environmental, social and governance (ESG), and how they are using corporate responsibility reporting to drive new conversations and actions.
Read Suzanne Fallender's blog
Putting Our Chips on the Table
One of the most profound lessons of the COVID-19 pandemic is to not take access to technology for granted. Education, business, medicine, transportation, defense and infrastructure all increasingly rely on cloud computing, wireless networks, broadband, AI and other digital technologies.
Read Pat Gelsinger's opinion article
Digital technology is transforming the world at an accelerated pace, driven by what I call the four “superpowers”: cloud, connectivity fueled by 5G, artificial intelligence (AI), and the intelligent edge. Along with customers, partners, governments, and NGOs, we will support smart policies that accelerate the creation of safe and secure digital infrastructure, advanced manufacturing, and an inclusive and skilled future workforce.
—Pat Gelsinger, Intel CEO