Conflict Minerals: Lessons of First Year Reporting / Foundations for 2014 Reporting
Archived Version Now Available!
July 23, 2014
Time: 2:00pm EDT / 1:00pm CDT / 11:00am Pacific
IHS, ECIA and iPoint present a Conflict Minerals industry update. With the first SEC reporting deadline now behind us, this session will discuss recent developments and their implications, how to address Conflict Minerals risk in 2014, industry best practices to help manage data gathering and reporting, and solutions to automate sourcing, assessing and processing Conflict Minerals information.
Scott Wilson - Content Solution Strategist Electronics & Media Group, IHS
Scott has over 30 years of experience developing business information services to support critical engineering, compliance and supply chain needs. Scott leads IHS' Content Services practice specializing in developing content, tools and processes to address product chemical compliance such as REACH and RoHS, Conflict Minerals compliance, ITAR and EAR export compliance, and supply chain issues such as obsolescence, constrained supply and risk. Prior to IHS, Scott worked in technical positions at General Instrument, Tektronix, Advantest and i2 Technologies.
Jared Connors, Technical Sales Manager, Material Compliance, Sustainability and Conflict Minerals, iPoint
Jared's role at iPoint includes product development and working with clients to find the right solution to meet their regulatory needs. He joined iPoint in May of 2014 coming from Intel where he worked on Material Compliance, Social Responsibility and Conflict Minerals. Jared's been deeply involved with Conflict Minerals for the past 4 years working on all aspects of the program. He's very proud to work in this field and as a father he hopes to leave the world better than he found it.
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