This report addresses Oracle's corporate citizenship efforts for the two most recent fiscal years.
This report was designed to achieve the following objectives:
We gathered input from dozens of Oracle executives, employees, and stakeholders in order to develop this report. Unless otherwise noted, the report covers all Oracle subsidiaries. The data in this report covers the reporting period FY17 (June 1, 2016 through May 31, 2017) and is updated for FY18 (June 1, 2017 through May 31, 2018) in the Corporate Citizenship Report Datasheet.
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Oracle periodically conducts a materiality assessment in order to identify and better understand the areas where we should focus our resources. This process helps us optimize the economic, environmental, and social performance required for long-term business success, while enabling us to most effectively communicate Oracle’s impact and contributions in the communities where we conduct business.
As part of our materiality assessment, we reference the GRI G4 framework to identify key sustainability benchmarks. Additionally, we solicit feedback from a wide range of stakeholders including customers, partners, employees, and third-party domain experts. The following graphic illustrates the outcome of our latest stakeholder engagement process, in which we identified the most material issues to our organization.
The topics are listed alphabetically within each tier. Tier 1 represents topics that are most material to Oracle. Only material topics are shown.