Sopra Steria - 2020 Universal registration document

4 CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY Sopra Steria: A committed and responsible Group, making a sustainable, human and enlightened contribution



Digital sovereignty

Civic engagement

Digital ethics

Opportunity arising from priorities

Help build a firm grasp of data issues across both the public and private sector

Ratchet up the commitment of the Group and its employees to foster digital inclusiveness and support the most vulnerable sections of society

Develop an ethically robust approach to applications and uses of digital technology

Sopra Steria’s direct contribution to the SDGs

Sopra Steria’s indirect contribution to the SDGs


Environmental impact of direct activities Keep the Group’s business travel, office space and data centres carbon-neutral

Environmental impact of indirect activities Extend carbon-neutral approach to waste, commuting journeys and the supply chain

Environmental service solutions Digital sobriety


Opportunity arising from priorities

Inform clients about and support them with managing their own environmental challenges

Reduce digital technology’s environmental footprint by developing the services delivered to clients

Sopra Steria’s direct contribution to the SDGs Sopra Steria’s indirect contribution to the SDGs

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The priorities resulting from the materiality matrix, the related policies and their main results are presented in the corresponding sections of this Universal Registration Document. In 2020, as part of the events marking the United Nations’ 75th anniversary and the 20th anniversary of its Global Compact, the Group responded to the call to action launched by the organisation and joined its “Uniting Business for a Better World” pledge, along with more than 1,200 other companies worldwide, to promote peace, justice, strong institutions, adherence to the Global Compact’s 10 principles and the achievement of the SDGs.

The Chief Executive Officer, in conjunction with the Chairman of the Board of Directors, oversees the Group’s corporate responsibility strategy, notably in relation to social, environmental and ethical issues. He chairs the Group’s Executive Committee, which lays down operational guidelines in these areas. The Chief Executive Officer’s compensation takes into account one or more criteria linked to social and environmental responsibility. The Deputy Chief Executive Officer oversees the Group’s corporate responsibility programmes. He represents Executive Management in dealings with major government and industry bodies touching on corporate responsibility issues; within the Group, he represents



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