Respect for people and our planet. This principle underlies our business practices and we expect the companies we do business with to apply the same principle. Intel is working to continuously improve transparency and promote corporate responsibility throughout the global electronics supply chain.

Intel is moving to the Ariba Network*

Intel is transitioning to the Ariba Network* to provide a more efficient, easy-to-use collaboration platform for its inbound supply chain.

Transacting electronically on the Ariba Network will soon be a standard part of doing business with Intel.

See information about the transition, FAQs, samples of communication, and Ariba resources at

We are committed to environmental and social sustainability that does not end with the innovation inside our walls. It extends to our entire global supply chain to the people and organizations we choose to do business with. We actively seek suppliers who continuously work to improve transparency, promote corporate responsibility, and support diversity.

View our video to learn more about Conflict Minerals and Intel’s goal to become DRC Conflict Free reflected in our Conflict Minerals Sourcing Policy. Intel�s supply chain expectations concerning conflict free minerals are available here.


Implementation of GST in India effective July 1, 2017
India GST has implemented effective July 1, 2017. Supplier located in India that is supplying goods and services to Intel India will need to provide GSTIN details to be registered in Intel’s system. All invoices submission by supplier located in India dealing to India Intel legal entities will need to include GSTIN.

Implementation of Zero-Rated Goods and Services Tax (GST) in Malaysia
The Finance Ministry of Malaysia has announced that all supplies of goods and services which are now subject to GST at standard rated 6% becomes standard-rated 0% effective on 01 June 2018. Importation of goods is also subject to GST at standard-rated 0%.