ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL, AND GOVERNANCE
GE approaches public policy through education, engagement, involvement, and thought leadership.
GE evaluates its public policy priorities annually considering potential business and reputational risks.
GE and GEPAC make contributions on a bipartisan basis where legal and appropriate under applicable law.
GE employees educate local, state and federal officials on our Company’s operations and more.
Tax, trade, energy, healthcare, infrastructure, rule of law and intellectual property rights top our list of Public Policy Priorities.
GE reports political expenditures semi - annually , including payments to certain trade organizations and GEPAC's contributions.
GE posts links to quarterly U . S . federal lobbying reports , including those filed in the previous 5 years.
On a semi-annual basis, GE voluntarily provides a list of 501(c)6 trade organizations to which GE paid $50K or more and the non-deductible amount. Also included are payments to 501(c)4 organizations.
Our diverse portfolio and legacy enable us to make substantial impact on people and the planet for the better.
Humility, transparency, and focus… always with unyielding integrity – form the foundation of our culture.
The GE Foundation is committed to transforming our communities and shaping the diverse workforce of tomorrow.
GE approaches public policy through education, engagement, involvement and thought leadership.
GE is committed to transparency. Find all disclosures in our Reports Hub to learn more on how we’re working on social responsibility.