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This article is for Disclosers and provides guidance on how companies, cities, states and regions can register to voluntarily disclose to CDP through the the Register to disclose form.

 

The Register to disclose form is also a way for new users to access their requested organizations and replaces the previous Join an Organization, Self-Selected company and Cities, States and Regions registration forms. For more information, see our related article here The form is available in English, Portuguese, Japanese, Simplified Chinese and Spanish  

 

Contents:

 

 

 The Register to disclose form is for any new user from an organization seeking to:

 

  • - access to an existing already requested to disclose account on the CDP Portal, OR 

  • - register to voluntarily disclose to CDP as a self-selected company, city, state, or region), OR 

  • - disclose to CDP as a company not requested by Capital Market Signatories that would like to receive a public score.

 

What are self-selected companies (SSC)?

 

All companies are welcome to disclose through CDP. If you have not received a Capital Markets request to respond to CDP but would like to voluntarily share your response to the questionnaire with Capital Market Signatories, irrespective of any customer request(s) received, you will be classified as a ‘self-selected company’. Self-selected companies can register to disclose using the Register to disclose form. 

 

Please note that a self-selected company response(s) will be made available to all Capital Market Signatories. Self-selected companies will also receive a score, providing they respond to the full version of the questionnaire and submit their response by the scoring deadline on September 18 2024. All rules applying to companies requested by Capital Market Signatories also apply to self-selected companies.  

 

Note: If you wish to self-disclose as a self-selected company, you will be subject to the administrative fee for responding (for more information read this article on fees for responding as a company). 

 

Self-selected company responses are not automatically made available to CDP’s Supply Chain members and other stakeholders (such as RE100 and NZAM). However, if you choose to submit a public response, your response will be accessible on the CDP website, including to interested Supply Chain members.

 

All cities, states and regions are welcome to provide information through CDP’s Cities and States and Regions questionnaires. 

 

If you have not yet received a request to respond but you would like to do so, or you would like to be added to a city, state or region’s Portal, please register your interest by completing the Register to disclose form.

 

After you submit the registration form, we will check the data you have supplied and send you an email outlining the next step. During busy periods, this process may take a few weeks.

 

How to complete the Register to disclose form

 

For your form to be processed efficiently and to be added to your organization’s account as quickly as possible, please ensure you provide us with all the requested information including:

  • Your first and last name
  • Your email address (with your organization’s email domain)
  • Your organization’s type (Is it a Company, City, State or Region?)
  • Your organization's country of registered or official address
  • Your organization's name in English  
  • Your organization name in a preferred language 
  • Your organization’s main website URL 
  • Your reason for registering – (refer to the notes below for further instruction on this) 
  • Your organization’s address, City and ZIP/Postal Code 

Using the 'Organization search' field for Companies

 

The Organization search field included in the form is linked to the Dun & Bradstreet database to help verify your company.  

 

If your organization type is a company, please use the Organization search field to search and find your organization. Ensure to complete information is provided, by typing your organization name and selecting your organization detail accordingly. Once you make a selection from the search results, your organization name and address will be automatically populated.  
 
Note: The organization search field will be mandatory from June 2024. If you are unable to find your organization using the organization search field, we recommend you raise a case via My Support in the Help Center.  

 

Please see our webpage here for the 2024 on how CDP is using DUNS numbers as a unique identifier for companies. 

 

Reason for registering (*mandatory field) 

 

The Reason for registering field is a mandatory field, providing users with 2 options:

1. My organization has been requested to disclose, or 

2. I want to register my organization to self-disclose 

 

Select "I want to register my organization to self-disclose" if to register your organization as a self-selected company. 

 
Once the form is submitted, you will get a notification. 

 

 
Once we receive the completed form, we aim to process it and to respond to you within 5 working days. We encourage you to complete and submit this form as early as you can to give you sufficient time to complete your disclosure within our 2024 timeline and reporting window. 

 

 

If the information provided matches our records, and there are existing contacts from your organization with access the CDP Portal, your request will be sent to them for approval. 

 

If there are no existing contacts, we will create an account for you and/or grant you access to your organization’s account on the CDP Portal after manually verifying the information provided. 

 

Once access has been granted, you will receive an automatic email with a link enabling you to create your account on the Portal. You will be able to sign into the CDP Portal after you have followed the link to create your account. If you are the first user from your organization to sign in, you will need to set up the questionnaire before you can access it. For more guidance on accessing and navigating the CDP Portal, please see our articles here and here. For onboarding steps, please see our article here.

 

We advise you to check your Junk or Spam folders if you do not receive the invitation email in your inbox and ensure the email address msonlineservicesteam@microsoftonline.com has been whitelisted by your IT department. Further guidance on access troubleshooting can be found here.

 

If the information provided does not match our records, we may ask you to provide further information, which may mean it takes longer for you to get access to the Portal.  

 

 

If you have not found an answer you were looking for, please contact our support team through My Support. You will need to be signed in to access this. 

 

If you are a new user, you can register here. Once you are signed in, please return to the Help Center via the link at the top of the page. 

 

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