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The Shared Assessments Program has been setting the standard in third party risk management since 2005, when the Big Four and six global banks collaborated to form Shared Assessments to address the inefficiencies surrounding vendor risk management. Using a robust compilation of questions, the SIG gathers pertinent information to determine how security risks are managed across a spectrum of 18 risk control areas, or “domains,” within a service provider’s environment. It was developed to enable a service provider to compile complete information about these risk domains in one document.

The packages for the 2020, 2021, and 2022 SIG questionnaires are available. Lite, core, and full question sets are included in the question packs. A single import file is used for all questions, but each question is tagged to its corresponding question set in the "Questionnaire" field.


This content is available in English only.


Control standard mappings are not available for this Question Library.

Content Source

The source of this content comes from the Shared Assessments website.


For recommendations on which version of the SIG content is best suited to your organization please refer to the attached What SIG to Use documentation. 

Licensing Restrictions

The Shared Assessments Standard Information Gathering Template (SIG) versions 2020, 2021, and 2022 Question Library Content are available with the use of the Archer Third Party Risk Management use case. No additional license is required.

For More Information

To learn more about the Shared Assessments Standard Information Gathering Template (SIG) versions 2020, 2021, or 2022 Question Library Content:


For Additional Support 

To learn more about this content, please contact your Account Rep for additional details. To obtain this content or for technical support questions, please open a support case.

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