Microsoft and its employees participate in the public policy process in the United States in a variety of ways – from corporate government affairs programs designed to educate and influence elected officials on key public policy issues related to the company’s business, to individual political giving by employees through the Microsoft Political Action Committee, to membership in trade associations which help to advance our business objectives.
Microsoft’s participation is guided by a set of principles that govern its corporate policies and practices.
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You can view Microsoft’s complete approach to Political Engagement on the corporate website at:
Committee Representative: Dan Bross, Senior Director, Corporate Citizenship
Committee Role: Co-Chair