Conflict Minerals Compliance

In 2016, over 62% of conflict minerals filers mentioned the use of a third-party solution to help track the source of 3TG used in their products.

For the second year in a row, we were the most frequently mentioned third-party solution provider.

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Conflict Minerals by the Numbers:

The 2016 SEC conflict minerals filings marked the third year of conflict minerals reporting. We analyzed all filings [as of June 20th, 2016] to better understand the direction of conflict minerals reporting:

Companies Reveal More Information:


Increase in max page length from the previous reporting year.

More Voluntary Disclosures:


Increase in independent private sector audits (IPSA's).

“To me, a few things stand out – Issuers are reporting higher response rates and CMRs appear to be both more streamlined and robust at the same time.”

– Jennifer Kraus, Chief Scientific Officer, EVP Operations

Conflict Minerals Compliance Program

Engagement Team

Establishes contact, educates, and engages with your suppliers through email and phone in your suppliers native language.

Easy to Use Platform

Monitor supplier progress and response rates to centralized cloud based platform.

Downstream Reporting

Provide your customers accurate, verified data for their compliance efforts.

Smelter Verification

Compare collected data against publicly available and our exclusive smelter database for accurate smelter reporting.

Our conflict minerals compliance program has helped thousands of companies with conflict minerals and comprehensive supply chain transparency.

Not sure if conflict minerals apply to your company?

Conflict Minerals refers to four raw materials; columbite-tantalite, also known as coltan (from which tantalum is derived), cassiterite (tin), gold, wolframite (tungsten), or their derivatives. Privately traded companies in the U.S. are required to submit conflict minerals filings under Dodd-Frank Section 1502. The SEC regulation specifically targets conflict minerals sourced from the Democratic Republic of The Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. The EU conflict minerals legislation, however, will apply to all countries of high risk. 

Join the thousands of companies that we help achieve Conflict Minerals compliance



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