REPORTING FOR SERVICE PROVIDERS
Read the service provider feedback summary report to learn more about the input we received from signatories during the 2017 pilot reporting year, changes made to the framework, and the new 2018 reporting requirements.
WHAT DO I HAVE TO REPORT ON?
The Reporting Framework is split into four main sections. All signatories complete sections 1, 2 and 4, which contain one module each.
In section 1, the Organisational Overview module, signatories are asked to select their various business offerings. This will inform which modules from section 3 will be completed.
Signatories will only complete the parts of the module that are relevant to their organisation. Indicators are marked as mandatory or voluntary to complete.
The latter information is disclosed at your discretion. Further information can be found in the Overview & Guidance document.
Signatories will report through the PRI Reporting Tool. The reporting period is from the start of January to the end of March.
REPORTING FRAMEWORK MODULES:
WHAT DOES THE PRI PRODUCE FROM THE SERVICE PROVIDER REPORTING DATA?
Transparency Reports show a signatory's public responses to the Reporting Framework, and are made publicly available on the PRI website.
- The reported data will also be used to develop the Service Provider Reporting Framework and to produce other resources to support Service Providers in their reporting process.
- The PRI offers one-on-one conversations to discuss Service Providers’ reporting as well as to receive feedback on Service Providers’ reporting experience. Get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org to ask for your one-on-one session.
The Data Portal is a web-based platform that allows signatories to search, view and collate transparency reports. PRI will review the option to enable Service Providers to request access to private data of signatories (private transparency and assessment reports). PRI is also working to allow users to export responses and visualise the data in a custom view. For further information click here.