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Guide for Conflict Minerals Reporting to the Auto Industry

Members of the AIAG Conflict Minerals Work Group developed this template assessment to unify the expected quality of supplier responses to the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template (CMRT) formerly known as the EICC-GeSI Template.
This template assessment is not to be treated as an alternative to legal advice or used in lieu of due diligence requirements under the rule. Instead, OEMs and Tier-N suppliers may utilize this optional tool to set a consistent response to suppliers and augment their own internal procedures.
Anyone adopting this document for their company should first read the Securities and Exchange Commission's rule and other materials widely available, and seek advice from legal counsel.

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Register by March 2nd to save on 2017 Corporate Responsibility Summit: Building Blocks of Sustainability

By AIAG, Wednesday, February 22, 2017 11:28 AM

REGISTRATION IS OPEN! Global business issues today require companies to manage a myriad of topics ranging from worker rights and environmental management to innovation — and the growth of legislative and customer mandates is anticipated to increase. Awareness of emerging issues, compliance strategies, and transparency have become the currency needed to be sustainable.

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The 6th Annual AIAG Conflict Minerals Industry Briefing: Tailored to Meet YOUR Needs

By AIAG, Wednesday, February 22, 2017 10:11 AM

The 2017 Conflict Minerals Industry Briefing on June 7, 2017, is designed to offer the necessary information for new professionals and to advance the knowledge level of those experienced in conflict minerals reporting.  New professionals, and those seeking a refresher of basic content, will find value in the event’s morning agenda.  More experienced conflict minerals reporters will benefit in the afternoon agenda.  And, if you’d like a full overview – stay for the entire day!

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