Our material issues have the potential to impact Dell Technologies and its stakeholders.
They reflect our most relevant economic, environmental and social impacts and contributions and our analysis will guide our social impact-related work over the next decade. This includes helping our customers achieve their goals while improving the environment and well-being for all across our sphere of influence.
In late FY19, we began the process of conducting a full materiality assessment, in conjunction with consulting firm SustainAbility. The full materiality assessment we complete in FY20 will serve as a major component of our planning and strategy development process for Progress Made Real — Our Vision for 2030. This process has brought together Dell Technologies’ executives and subject matter experts, customers, NGOs, the supply chain, sustainability experts, governments and other stakeholders in a comprehensive planning process. Together we will identify the material issues that not only affect Dell Technologies in the immediate term, but also inform our plans to drive the progress we intend to achieve by 2030.
Visit our FY19 Corporate Social Responsibility report to learn how we report on the priorities identified during our FY18 materiality review.
Dell supports the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and believes technology will play a key role in transforming our world. Their 17 ambitious, interrelated Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure all people enjoy peace and prosperity.
We are taking the SDGs into consideration as we set our own goals for 2030. This will enable us to focus our efforts and resources in the areas in which we can drive the most long-term impact.