ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL AND GOVERNANCE

Public Policy

GE approaches public policy through education, engagement, involvement and thought leadership.

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We inform discussions by promoting thoughtful civil discourse grounded in strong, reasoned analysis. We work in partnership with governments, believing that tackling the world’s biggest problems is possible only if governments and industry work together as partners.

Policies

Public Policy

GE evaluates its public policy priorities annually considering potential business and reputational risks.

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Political Contributions

GE and GEPAC make contributions on a bipartisan basis where legal and appropriate under applicable law.

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Lobbying Disclosure

GE employees educate local, state and federal officials on our Company’s operations and more.

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Reports & Disclosures

Public Policy
Priorities

Tax, trade, energy, healthcare, infrastructure, rule of law and intellectual property rights top our list of Public Policy Priorities.

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Political Contribution
Reports

GE reports political expenditures semi-annually, including payments to certain trade organizations and GEPAC's contributions.

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Quarterly Lobbying
Disclosure Reports

GE posts links to quarterly U.S. federal lobbying reports, including those filed in the previous 5 years.

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Trade Organization and 501(c)4 Disclosure

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. 

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Government Business

GE does business with federal, state and local governments, as well as with government contractors.

GE’s compliance and integrity culture places us in an excellent position to pursue and perform work compliantly for governments and government contractors. But we don’t just rely on our culture; we continue to emphasize with our employees and executives, how working with governments is unique and requires special attention.

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