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Corporate Report 2004
 
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Corporate citizenship

A leader in corporate citizenship

Outstanding corporate citizenship has two main components, and both were important priorities for Agilent in 2004. The first is corporate governance – the practices that bring to life the highest standards of integrity and transparency. The other is the role we play as an employer and community member. In 2004 we were proud to be ranked No. 9 on the 100 Best Corporate Citizens list published by Business Ethics magazine, which cited Agilent’s “diversity practices and superior treatment of the community.” In 2004 more than 6,000 Agilent people volunteered in company-supported education, health and human service, and environmental programs or events; 16 countries where we do business have active community programs; approximately 273,000 students were reached through Agilent-sponsored education programs; and we improved our environmental performance in a number of areas. This year we were formally recognized for our contributions and results in 22 communities worldwide. Our corporate citizenship efforts strengthen Agilent’s long-term competitiveness and help improve the viability of our many communities, and we will continue to make these efforts a priority.

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