Conflict Minerals Software System
On August 22, 2012, the SEC approved a final rule implementing Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The Final Rule requires issuers with conflict minerals that are necessary to the functionality or production of a product manufactured to disclose annually whether any of those minerals originated in the Democratic Republic of Congo and its adjoining countries. The issuer must undertake due diligence on the source and chain of custody of its conflict minerals and file a Conflict Minerals Report as an exhibit to the Form SD.
CMO COMPLIANCE offers a turn-key solution, combining a leading compliance management platform with a full range of services from CMO or leading third party consultants to help companies implement a comprehensive conflict minerals program.
The solution includes the ability to survey suppliers, gaining valuable insight into their supply chain. Automated risk ranking of suppliers based on survey results, and action items to suppliers to remediate issues offer companies a powerful, yet simple-to-use solution for conflict minerals reporting and compliance.
- Configure to meet your requirements
- Register, manage and report by suppliers, commodities
- Creation of supplier self-assessments and surveys based on EICC requirements
- Direct Reference to Conflict-Free Smelters
- Trigger automated workflows and actions
- Drill down dashboards and reports for Supplier risk ranking
- Consulting services via CMO or Third Party consultants
Impressed with the breadth of issues and implementation the CMO COMPLIANCE Governance, Risk & Compliance platform has addressed.Michael Rasmussen, Corporate Integrity LLC
We can provide a variety of different services based on the requirements of your GRC & HSEQ project. These are detailed below:
Impressed with the breadth of issues and implementation the CMO COMPLIANCE Governance, Risk & Compliance platform has addressed.
Corporate Integrity LLC