The United States Dodd-Frank Act, Section 1502, is landmark legislation that requires manufacturing companies to understand and disclose the use of minerals mined in or around the war-torn region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
Companies listed on the U.S. stock market have until May 31 each year to disclose whether any Conflict Minerals are found in their products. And companies not directly regulated by the SEC will be impacted too as audit requirements are pushed down through the entire supply chain including privately-held and international companies.
The five critical requirements of the conflict minerals reporting process are:
PTC provides the technology solutions and best practices expertise to address these requirements, enabling manufacturers to easily identify and report on any 3TG minerals in their supply chain.
The conflict minerals reporting deadline of May, 2014 is rapidly approaching. PTC’s solution can be quickly configured and implemented to address your immediate reporting needs, enabling your organization to:
The recent US law pertaining to Conflict Minerals is the latest example of ever expanding and evolving government regulations related to the use of product materials and their origin within the supply chain. Learn more about this new regulation.
CIMdata Commentary: Conflict Minerals: The Tipping Point for Compliance?M
National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) Form SD and CMR Instructional Template
Enough Project and Responsible Sourcing Network: Expectations for Companies’ Conflict Minerals Reporting
The IDC Manufacturing Insights: Taking a Technology-Based Approach to Meeting Changing Compliance Requirements Report
Hunton & Williams Conflict Minerals Management: Current Legal Challenge and Best Practices Webcast
ChainLink Research: Turning Conflict Minerals Law Compliance into a Competitive Advantage Report
Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) Conflict Minerals Survey: How Companies are Preparing
PwC: 10 Minutes on Conflict Minerals Report
Ernst & Young Conflict Minerals: New Rules and Next Steps Report
KPMG: Conflict Minerals Overview Deck 2013
KPMG Conflict Minerals and Beyond Part One: Developing a Global Compliance Strategy
IPC – Association Connecting Electronics Industries Comments on SEC Proposed Rule on Conflict Minerals Report
PTC Windchill Compliance
PTC Materials Compliance Solution
Motorola Mobility Corporate Responsibility Platform Integrated with Conflict Minerals
Motorola Taps Product Compliance Capability for Conflict Minerals PDF
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