The UN Global Compact has developed its own logo, which is used frequently in official documents and publications. The use of the UN Global Compact image is strictly regulated and the same restrictions apply to its use as the general United Nations logo. In addition, following the recommendations made by the working group of the Secretary General's Advisory Council, the UN Global Compact adopted a set of integrity measures to safeguard the initiative and to avoid potential abuse. They also encourage companies to communicate at least annually to their stakeholders and the public at large on progress made in internalizing the principles within their own operations and activities. UN Global Compact participants are also expected to submit a short description and a web link to these communications to the UNGC Office and/or Local Network website. Participants that do not submit such a description within two years of signing on to the UN Global Compact will be removed from the list of participants until a submission has been made.

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