Content Index Service

Increase the accuracy and usability of your GRI content index

 What is the Content Index Service?


​The GRI Content Index Service helps report preparers to improve the accuracy and usability of their GRI content index. Its purpose is to ensure that your content index is in line with the requirements of the GRI Standards.

The GRI content index is the main navigation tool of your report, and the first point of reference for report users. This service will confirm that your content index is accurate, and that all disclosures are labeled correctly within your report.


 What does the Content Index Service review?


 What are the timelines and fees for the Content Index Service?



Please note that the review process continues with a second (or subsequent) round of comments, until GRI has no further feedback within the scope of the service.


Here you can find an overview of fees by organization type, in accordance option, and timeline.Fees are exclusive of Value Added Tax.



Non-for profit/ SME



in accordance option


Regular Service Timeline 

€ 2750, -

€ 3850, -

 Fast Track Timeline 

€ 3600, -

€ 4700, -


in accordance option


 Regular Service Timeline

€ 3850, -

€ 4950, -

 Fast Track Timeline 

 € 4700, -

€ 5800, -

With the GRI Community membership fee, companies are entitled to a certain amount of credits, which can be used towards GRI’s report services outlined above. The credits are applicable on the regular price of the service and excluding fast track. More details are provided in the Pricing Policy.


 Organizational mark for your GRI Content Index!


 How can I apply for the Content Index Service?


 What documents do I need to consult?


​Do you report using the new GRI Standards?


Sign-up form




Terms & Conditions



More Guidance?​​


Content Index Tool


GRI Communications Protocol (Standards)


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. 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.