Blackboard formed Blackboard Inc. Political Action Committee, Blackboard PAC, in 2010. Blackboard PAC contributes to U.S. congressional candidates who share Blackboard’s views on public policy issues. Blackboard PAC is a separate legal entity from the company.
Consistent with U.S. federal law, Blackboard PAC does not use corporate funds or assets for federal political contributions. Voluntary personal contributions to Blackboard PAC are solicited from selected employees in compliance with U.S. federal election laws. Consistent with federal law, all contributions made by Blackboard PAC, and all individual contributions to Blackboard PAC totaling $200 or more annually, are itemized in quarterly disclosures to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) and available for public review.
Blackboard PAC is managed by Blackboard’s Corporate Affairs Department. Corporate Affairs works with the Blackboard PAC Board of Directors to determine which candidates receive Blackboard PAC contributions, according to a candidate’s adherence to the following criteria:
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For more information regarding Blackboard’s political contributions and activities please contact:
Manager, Government Affairs
Michael J. Stanton
Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs
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