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Disclosure Review Service

​Improve the quality of your report with GRI's new Disclosure Review Service!
The Service can be performed on draft or published reports. 

 
 

 What is the Disclosure Review Service?

 

Responding to interest from clients, we are proud to launch a new GRI service that fills a much-needed gap in the market. GRI’s new Disclosure Review Service is designed to help organizations improve the content of their report by reviewing specific disclosures and determine whether the organization has responded to the information requests from the requirements outlined in the GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards (GRI Standards).

 

 
Learn more about our service through our webinar!  

  

 GRI has piloted this service with selected organizations. Hear what they have to say about the service below!

“The earlier the new service is used to generate the reports, the greater the benefit. Because the review team plays the role of the stakeholders, the dialogue improves the quality, the foundation, the transparency and the comparability of different reports.”
Moritz Vögeli– Lecturer, Institut für Umwelt und Natürliche Ressourcen

“At LandCorp we are committed to improving our sustainability reporting. The GRI Disclosure Review Service looked at 10 key disclosures and provided more information on the Materiality and Stakeholder Inclusiveness principles. The clear feedback on the disclosures ensured we addressed every information request as set out by the requirements in the GRI Standards. It also highlighted areas, particularly on the principles, that we could clarify and improve in our next reporting cycle." Nivia Giuffre – Sustainability Strategy Coordinator, LandCorp 

 

“I believe the service can help organizations further improve their efforts to be more transparent, and to notice the issues that they must work on in order to become more sustainable."
Florencia Renda- Sustainability Analyst, Santander Río

 

 What does the service review?

 
 

 Who is this service for?

 
 

 What are the timelines and fees for the service?

 
 

 Organizational mark or statement for your report!

 
 

 Report Language

 
 

 How can I apply for the service?

 
Please send the following documents to GRI’s Services Team at reportservices@globalreporting.org:
 
• Completed Sign-up form including all the exact page and location references for the relevant disclosures and agreement with the terms and conditions
• The draft or published report which includes disclosures from GRI 102: General Disclosures 2016. For the purposes of the Service, the Reporting Organization is required to inform GRI on the exact locations of the information to be reviewed in the report (see all the disclosures and related principles). This must be done using the Sign-up form. If it is not possible to submit an entire draft report for the Service, the organization can send the content of the 10 disclosures and related principles to be reviewed for this Service.
• Any additional documents the party making the payment (Reporting Organization or applicable third party) would require GRI’s finance department to fill out or send in order to facilitate the payment of the Service (i.e. supplier registration forms, PO-numbers, agreements…etc.). 
 

 What documents do I need to consult?

 

 
Disclaimer: GRI services do not verify, check or pass judgment on the quality of the disclosures within a report nor the process of preparing the disclosures. That responsibility remains with the reporting organization and its stakeholders. GRI’s services are not an external assurance engagement, although are complementary. This service indicates whether or not the organization has addressed  the information requests in the GRI Standards that are specified as being within the scope of this service. GRI does not carry any legal responsibility for the implementation of the feedback by the organization. The GSSB is an independent operating entity under the auspices of GRI and has sole responsibility for setting globally accepted standards for sustainability reporting and as such has no involvement with the delivery of GRI Services.