Intel files first Conflict Minerals Report with SEC

The report concludes that Intel’s minerals used are ‘either DRC conflict free or DRC conflict undeterminable’

After U.S. courts refused to move back the filing deadline for conflict mineral disclosures, in-house legal departments in companies that use key minerals often connected to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are scrambling. But now, just a few weeks ahead of the June 2 deadline, the first tech company has submitted its report: Intel.

On May 22, Intel submitted its Conflict Minerals Report (along with its Form SD) to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) detailing the company’s efforts to keep its supply chain conflict mineral-free. In the report, Intel describes the design of its Conflict Minerals Program, as well as the limitations of said program.

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