Close up of the conflict mineral gold in its raw, unrefined state mixed with dark stone.

US Conflict Minerals Compliance

Whether your customers are asking you about conflict minerals compliance or you need to report to the SEC on your due diligence efforts for Dodd-Frank 1502, we’ve designed an award winning conflict minerals reporting program for you.
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Automate Your 3TG Compliance.

Our customizable, AI-powered platform gathers Conflict Minerals Reporting Templates (CMRTs) from your suppliers regarding the origin of the 3TG used in your products. Schedule automated reminders to send to your suppliers requesting CMRTs, monitor responses, and roll up all information into one concise report.

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We’re Growing Transparency in Conflict Minerals Reporting.

Our conflict minerals compliance program has helped thousands of companies with conflict minerals and comprehensive supply chain transparency. Here’s some ways we’re making a difference.


We’re Enabling Companies to Report up to 78 Pages of Data


We’ve Increased Our Customer’s Average Response Rate to 82%


Over 1300 Companies Utilize our Conflict Minerals Program

Are There Conflict Minerals in Your Supply Chain?

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. Publicly traded companies in the U.S. are required to submit a conflict minerals disclosure under Dodd-Frank Section 1502. Is your company required to report on conflict minerals in your supply chain? Learn more about what conflict minerals are and how to identify them.
What is Smelter Verification?
Identifying the source of your supplied metals is the main purpose of Conflict Minerals Compliance. A Smelter is the first stop for raw materials once they have been mined or recycled by the provider. Our in-house smelter verification team regularly updates our smelter aliases database and recently identified smelters of high concern that you should be aware of. Learn more about smelters and our verification process.
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Want to Learn More? Check Out Our Resources on Conflict Minerals.

Conflict Minerals Compliance Program Details
How to Gather CMRTs and Submit Your Form SD
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