Intel Ireland’s objective is to be a valued, honourable and conscientious member of the community.
We established the Community Advisory Panel (CAP) in early 1994. The purpose of the Community Advisory Panel is to ensure there is an active two–way flow of information and consultation between Intel and the community in which we work. The CAP meets approximately five times a year to review new developments on the site, raise issues which may potentially affect the community, and help set the direction for Intel's community efforts.
The CAP includes people who live near the Intel site at Leixlip, community members active in educational, social and business organisations, and people with a background in environmental health and heritage issues, as well as other community leaders. Two of Intel's senior managers participate in the panel. To ensure the agenda is not dominated by Intel, it is independently chaired by a skilled facilitator.
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Members who have retired from the CAP are invited to an X–CAP meeting once a year. This social gathering is an opportunity for everyone to stay informed and offer feedback to Intel.