Assent Compliance - Responsible - Conflict Minerals Data Management Software
From Conflict Minerals
As part of their corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs, companies have a variety of conflict mineral-related requirements to satisfy in order to ensure compliance with regulations around the world, such as Section 1502 of The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform & Consumer Protection Act. These conflict mineral laws, for example, may require companies to demonstrate their efforts to ensure the tin, tungsten, tantalum and gold (3TGs) they use in their products are not funding armed conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or its adjoining countries. To comply, companies must collect, organize and report on large amounts of conflict mineral data collected from their supply chains and, in some cases, file reports with governing bodies. Supply chain transparency and traceability is an essential part of conflict mineral compliance to allow for accurate reporting and data management.
The Responsible Minerals — Conflict Minerals Module helps companies gather, store and validate conflict mineral data while streamlining their supply chain communications. Companies can leverage the automated supply chain outreach and monitoring available through the integrated Campaign Manager, ensuring all relevant data is collected and validated for compliance with regulatory obligations. Assent also offers turnkey data collection, validation, supplier onboarding, and internal and supplier training through Assent University for further program enhancement.
- Automated data collection, validation and management
- Leverages the industry-standard Conflict Minerals Reporting Template (CMRT).
- Streamlines supply chain communications.
- Auditable and accurate reporting
- Helps companies determine and track the origin of conflict minerals
- Integrated educational resources through Assent University.
- Program support through Managed Services.
- In-house regulatory expertise and analysis
- Automatically adapts alongside evolving global conflict mineral regulations