Published on: 2018-03-22

The Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI) is pleased to announce the New E-TASC available in April 2018 on the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) platform!

E-TASC (Electronics Tool for Accountable Supply Chains) is a sustainability solution created for ICT companies to effectively implement a common approach for assessing and monitoring suppliers Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices as a means to identify supply chain risk and drive performance.

E-TASC is both a community and a technology. E-TASC is an initiative of GeSI and is the ICT industry standard solution for improving the environmental and social practices within the supply chain.

The new platform is designed for sharing and to be of benefit to the ICT industry in driving leadership and collaboration. The New E-TASC offers simplicity and reliability as well as a more in depth view of Supply Chain Management.

The New E-TASC provides a user-friendly, data rich platform for companies and their suppliers to easily share:

  • Sustainability Performance Assessments (Corporate and Facility Level)
  • Audits using the Validated Audit Program (VAP) including Corrective Action Plan Management
  • Reporting for Audits and Assessments measuring key topics

GeSI is committed to sustainability actions and outcomes. Our members and partners use their collective knowledge and experience to identify opportunities and develop solutions for improving energy and resource efficiency, reducing carbon emissions and footprints, ensuring sustainable practices in the supply chain, encouraging access to sustainable technologies, and supporting ICT-enabled transformation across all industries and sectors around the globe.

The Responsible Business Alliance (RBA), formerly the EICC, is comprised of electronics, retail, auto, and toy companies committed to supporting the rights and wellbeing of workers and communities worldwide affected by the global electronics supply chain.

GeSI and RBA are now cooperatively positioned to support the Members of each organization by expanding the penetration in the Technology Sector. We look forward to continued opportunities to collaborate to meet our individual and shared strategies and goals.

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