Port City Robotics (PCR) embraces a philosophy of ethical stewardship and transparency of governance through the regular monitoring and reporting of the following transparency metrics, compensation and governance policies.



We are an all-volunteer organization.  There are no paid staff or board members for PCR, the Wired Wizards or the Mechanical Mages

Transparency Metrics:

Independent voting board members?  Yes.

Material diversion of assets?  No.  All assets go directly towards team development (robot parts, competition entrance fees, etc.).

Provide or receive loans from related parties? No.  We do not provide or receive loans from any party.

Documented board meeting minutes? Yes.  Board minutes are recorded and stored by the board in perpetuity.

Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes.   Our policy is available for download below.   A Conflict of Interest (COI) Disclosure Statement is signed by all board members annually.

Records Retention and Destruction Policy? Yes.  Available for download below.

Ethics and Whistleblower Policy? Yes.  Available for download below.

CEO listed with salary?  Not Applicable. We are an all-volunteer organization.

Process for determining CEO compensation?  Not Applicable.

Board members compensated? No.

Donor Privacy Policy on website? Yes.

Board members listed on website? Yes

Key staff listed on website? Yes.

IRS 990 Forms made public?  Yes.  IRS 990 forms are published on GuideStar (an independent rating site for non-profit organizations).

Charitable Solicitation License?  Yes.  PCR has a current Charitable Solicitation License in the state of North Carolina.