How Are You Meeting the RCOI Requirement; The Foundation of the SEC's Final Rule?

SOURCE: Source Intelligence®


Uncovering the Reasonable Country of Origin Inquiry (RCOI) requires a significant amount of labor and other resources, but it should be viewed as your “first pass” at identifying conflict minerals risks hidden within your supply chain. Successfully identifying these risks will require a thorough, well-organized system of data collection, and reasoned review of the collected information. The number of products and suppliers passed to the Due Diligence process will subsequently impact the level of work required in auditing and reporting, highlighting the criticality of a RCOI done right the first time.


Click on the following links to read more about the RCOI process or Source Inteliigence's Conflict Minerals Compliance Program.

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