Supplier Responsibility

Micron Technology, Inc. is committed to conducting all business with uncompromising integrity and professionalism. At Micron, we require our suppliers to comply with the Micron Code of Business Conduct and Ethics which incorporates the Responsible Business Alliance (formerly the EICC) Code of Conduct. As a Micron supplier, you must demonstrate compliance with these Codes as well as any laws and regulations that apply in the countries in which you are conducting business. When difference arise between the standards set out in these codes and legal requirements, Micron expects you to apply the stricter standard, in compliance with applicable laws. Micron expects that each supplier can provide us with evidence of its compliance with these legal and ethical requirements:

  1. RBA Compliance:
    1. Annual RBA Self-Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ) for your company headquarters and all facilities or, as agreed with Micron, complete Micron’s Sourcing Compliance Assessment (SCA). Obtain SCA assessment at suppliers@micron.com.
    2. RBA audit, Validated Audit Process (VAP),or equivalent, for any facility identified as “high risk” by their SAQ score.
  2. In addition to RBA compliance, be able to demonstrate conformance to:
    1. U.S. Foreign Corruption Practice Act and UK Bribery Act
    2. California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010
    3. United Kingdom’s Modern Slavery Act of 2015
    4. US and other applicable export control requirements
  3. Conflict Minerals: Updated Conflict Minerals Reporting Template (CMRT) in case of addition of any new smelter or change of status of existing smelters reflecting 100% reporting. Only use formally approved Compliant status smelters per the Conflict Free Smelter Initiative (CFSI) or equivalent organization standards.
  4. REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals) updated and provided every 6 months or as any product change requires.
  5. RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) updated and provided every 12 months or as any product change requires.
  6. Carbon Disclosure Project provided every 12 months.
  7. A link to your Sustainability (CSR - Corporate Social Responsibility or equivalent) report.

Thank you in advance for your careful attention and prompt response to these expectations. For more information on Micron's Supplier Change Management, please follow this link. If you have specific questions about Micron’s efforts and requirements, please contact Micron’s Supplier Compliance group at suppliers@micron.com.


Sincerely,
 
Stefan Guth
CVP Chief Procurement Officer
Micron Technology, Inc.

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