b'INTEL.COM/RESPONSIBILITY 100 % GLObaL GENDEr$ 1b aNNuaL SPENDiNG 20 rEcOGNitiONS 100 cOrPOratE WitH DivErSE-OWNEDFOr DivErSity EQuaLity Pay EQuity buSiNESSES aND iNcLuSiONiNDEx ScOrEWe closed the gap in averageWe achieved our 2020 goal We received multiple third-Since 2002, the Human Rights pay between employees to spend $1 billion annuallyparty recognitions for ourCampaign has listed Intel of different genders in thewith diverse-owned suppliers,diversity and inclusion on its Corporate Equality same or similar roles afterincluding our goal to reacheadership in 2019 and Index (CEI), and has given the accounting for legitimate$200 million in spending early 2020, including a company the top CEI score business factors that can on women-owned suppliersspot on the Bloomberg of 100 for 15 of those years. explain differences, and weglobally. Gender-Equality Index.The CEI recognizes employers Diversity also continued to advancethat work to ensure greater transparency on our pay equality for LGBT+ workers and representation data. and their families.anD inclusion Intel has partnered with the American Indian Scienceand Engineering Society (AISES), to expand computerscience education and career readiness in schools inArizona, California, and Oregon that serve Native American Diversity and inclusion are core to Intels values students. The Intel Next Generation of Native AmericanCoders project features a two-semester course with and instrumental in driving innovation and deliveringculturally contextualized lessons, hands-on independent stronger business growth. We have a responsibility projects, mentorship, teacher training, equipment andsupplies, and more. The aim of the initiative is to increase to continue to be transparent about our progress andthe number of Native American students in technologyour challenges, so we can partner with our customersand engineering fields in academia and professionally.and ecosystem to find better solutions together. We are proud of what we have accomplished to advance diversity in our workforce, but we still have workto do, including beyond the walls of Intel.We have aWe are committed to supporting and empowering jobcomprehensive strategy that includes partnering withapplicants and employees with disabilities and access needs, and embrace the use of science and technology diverse suppliers, diversifying our venture portfolio,to eliminate barriers. In 2019, we launched our Digital and strengthening the technical pipeline to encourageAccessibility Overview training course for employees, which focuses on designing, building, and testing systems more women and underrepresented minorities toto meet the needs of our customers and employees. We enter and succeed in technology careers. received the top score of 100 on the 2019 Best Placesto Work Disability Equality Index from the AmericanAssociation of People with Disabilities and Disability:IN.12 1313'