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Thrive. Sustainably.

Together, we have forged a path

The DXC Technology Corporate Responsibility program fosters our company's growth by promoting and increasing the value of DXC to our shareholders, clients, communities and employees.

Watch this video to learn more about our results and engagement globally. THRIVE. SUSTAINABLY.

Community

DXC Technology’s commitment to communities in which we work and live, manifests itself through corporate responsibility and sustainability. Our company strives to contribute to the growth of our people, clients and communities. At the same time, the people of DXC take the initiative in countless ways to strengthen their home communities. Engaging both locally and on a global level drives meaningful change and opens up greater possibilities for community development worldwide.

The DXC Foundation

The DXC Foundation

Engaging youth with STEM challenges to improve career readiness.

The DXC Dandelion Program

The DXC Dandelion Program

Helping people with autism transition to rewarding IT careers.

Digital Transformation Centers

Digital Transformation Centers

Harnessing innovation and partnerships to bridge the digital skills gap.

Impressive results

In just 1 year we have achieved measurable results, including significant reductions in our absolute energy and greenhouse gas emissions globally. Have a look at our key performance highlights:

Ranked

#19

on Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s, 2018 100 Best Corporate Citizens List

Realized nearly

12%

absolute reduction in energy consumption

And over

15%

absolute reduction in greenhouse gas emissions globally, exceeding 2020 target

Achieved a high score of

90/100

on the 2018 Disability Equality Index based on accessibility, community engagement and other measures

Success Stories

Providing our customers with innovation to help resolve not only pressing global issues associated with climate change and natural resource usage, but also helping to improve health related outcomes and solve safety related issues.